Introducing visitors to the native wildlife as a tour guide is a great employment opportunity for locals in Uganda. So, for times when face to face training isn’t possible, the IIED needed a written handbook to cover all the essentials.

Using information straight from experienced local guides, I edited their best advice into a usable format, giving it a clear structure with breakout sections and lists.

The content is written to be accessible, focussing on practical and ethical practices for working with foreign tourists and wildlife. And it's consistent in tone, reflecting the formal style of English commonly used in Uganda.

Take a look (and pick up some tips)

Just a snippet:

When done correctly, wildlife and cultural tours show tourists a new side of your country - whether it is an animal in its natural habitat, or understanding more about local culture and customs. These are memories that people keep forever and will talk about to their friends and family for many years to come.