Kenya Association Of Tour Operators (KATO)

The Kenya Association of Tour Operators (KATO) is one of the key tourism trade associations in Kenya, representing the interests of over 400 of the most experienced professional tour operators in Kenya. Our members are bound the Code of Conduct to provide the highest possible quality of service to their clients.

Association of Uganda Tour Operator (AUTO)

The Association of Uganda Tour Operators (AUTO) is a tourism trade association that represents interests of Uganda’s tour operators since 1995. Bringing together more than 160 tour operators in Uganda, AUTO is currently the only recognized national tour operators’ association in Uganda. AUTO’s mission is to Serve the interests of members through advocacy and lobbying on sector issues, training and uphold professional and ethical standards for sustainable tourism development.

Uganda Hotel Owners Association (UHOA)

The Uganda Hotel Owners Association (UHOA) is a company limited by guarantee, formed and registered in May 2000. UHOA has a membership of 450 members comprising hotels, lodges, Motels, B&Bs, Inns and camps among its members. UHOA is the biggest Hotel trade association in Uganda, with members hailing from different regions of Uganda. UHOA members range from five start hotels to ungraded facilities such as homes and camps.

Uganda Safari Guides Association (USAGA)

Uganda Safari Guides Association (USAGA) is the umbrella association of all tourist guides and guides' clubs in Uganda.USAGA is the only tourist guides association officially recognized by the Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Heritage in Uganda.USAGA is an association intended mainly for professional tour guides. The association brings together safari guides and sub groups for specialist skills - birding, butterfly, cultural tourism etc.USAGA evolved from the defunct Uganda Tourist Driver Guides Association which was first established in 1995. The driver guides association however faced a lot of resistance from tour operators which forced many members to leave the association after facing threats of dismissal from their employers. This however did not stop the progress

Uganda Community Tourism Association (UCOTA)

UCOTA was formed in July 1998 to promote community-based tourism in Uganda. It is an umbrella national not-for-profit making organization and her membership is drawn from individuals and groups involved in community-based tourism enterprises (CBTEs) across the country. The majority of members are located along the fringes of major national parks, game reserves and central forest reserves in Uganda. In November 2004, UCOTA was incorporated under the laws of Uganda as a non-profit company limited by guarantee. In 2015, UCOTA had over 70 members, consisting of 4,245 individuals of whom 56% were women.

Association of Uganda Tour Operator (AUTO)

The Association of Uganda Tour Operators (AUTO) is a tourism trade association that represents interests of Uganda’s tour operators since 1995. Bringing together more than 160 tour operators in Uganda, AUTO is currently the only recognized national tour operators’ association in Uganda. AUTO’s mission is to Serve the interests of members through advocacy and lobbying on sector issues, training and uphold professional and ethical standards for sustainable tourism development.

Association of Uganda Tour Operator (AUTO)

The Association of Uganda Tour Operators (AUTO) is a tourism trade association that represents interests of Uganda’s tour operators since 1995. Bringing together more than 160 tour operators in Uganda, AUTO is currently the only recognized national tour operators’ association in Uganda. AUTO’s mission is to Serve the interests of members through advocacy and lobbying on sector issues, training and uphold professional and ethical standards for sustainable tourism development.

The Uganda Association of Travel Agents (TUGATA)

The Uganda Association of Travel Agents (TUGATA) is a member based association of travel agents operating in Uganda founded in 1999. It is incorporated under the laws of Uganda in June 2011 as a company limited by guarantee and has a fully-fledged Secretariat since 2006. TUGATA members comprise of both IATA and non-IATA members. As of September 2016, TUGATA had 35 accredited IATA members and over 100 non-IATA members. Membership is open to those Companies whose primary activity is the sale of air transportation and travel related services. TUGATA members are bound and guided by a code of conduct that requires them to act with integrity and fairness in the overall best interest of the Travel industry.

Kenya Association Of Tour Operators (KATO)

The Kenya Association of Tour Operators (KATO) is one of the key tourism trade associations in Kenya, representing the interests of over 400 of the most experienced professional tour operators in Kenya. Our members are bound the Code of Conduct to provide the highest possible quality of service to their clients.

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