Uganda Martyrs Pilgrimages and Safaris (UGMPS) is a fully registered company with the Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB), Uganda Revenue Authority (URA), Kampala City Council Authority, Uganda Tourism Board (UTB), Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) and the Association of Uganda Tour Operators (AUTO) in Uganda.

This humble enterprise was established to offer world class pilgrimage and safari planning, organization and management services that will ensure that all pilgrims under its service management plan are given the ground support and care they need to safely and easily experience the full spiritual rewards of their pilgrimage. As part of this experience, UGMPS will also facilitate all pilgrims under its care with an in-depth understanding of who the Uganda Martyrs were, their history and their divine blessedness as African Saints.

In addition, UGMPS is also set up to offer incredibly exciting Safari Travel plans, designed to feed the body, mind and soul, giving every partaker a truly unforgettable experience of Uganda. Here UGMPS plans special itineraries, accommodation, meals, special access permissions, visits to game parks, provision of required caretakers and guides, access to cultural centers, access to historical religious sites and so much more according to the travel needs of the client. These services are so meticulously planned, arranged and managed that our clients have only one thing to care about and that is to enjoy their stay in Uganda.

We are confident that our services will leave all pilgrims, travelers, vacationers, holiday makers and sight seers in awe of Uganda`s religious history and strongholds, wildlife, cultures and traditions, landscapes and vegetation, political history, trade routes, agricultural, manufacturing and innovation industries that are revered and that are propelling this country forward. It`s truly a one of a kind experience and you should be part of it today.

Thank you and we look forward to hosting you.

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