Booking and Payment

How to Book

Interested in any of our tour packages or a tailored package? Please follow the steps below to book:

  1. Fill in our online booking form with a relevant information required and submit.
  2. Indicate dates you would like to plan your tour around on preferred itinerary. We will respond to you promptly to give you a quotation and availability. After confirming with us, we will go ahead and secure you a reservation and send you a confirmed invoice as confirmation of services booked.

Booking Procedure

Once you have placed your booking, you will make a non-refundable deposit of a percentage stipulated in the invoice.


Booking Confirmation

To confirm a booking, a 25% deposit of the total tour quote is required and is to be paid 45 days prior to the tour start date.

For gorilla permits in Uganda, a full advance payment of the permit fee is required to make the reservation.



We accept payment bank transfers and Paypal. Make sure you contact your bank in good time before payment to ensure bank transfer according to *EU Directive 2015/849, Article 9 and **FATF regulations. The purpose is to prevent money laundering, terrorist financing, and violations of economic sanctions.


Reservations and Payments

  • All prices are quoted in USD (United States dollars).
  • A deposit of 25% is required at the time of booking.
  • The balance should be cleared before commencement of the tour.
  • If bookings are made 45 days or less prior to the tour, the full amount should be paid.
  • The company reserves the right to cancel any booking if the above terms are not met.



The Invoice is generally in US Dollars but may depend on the destination or your location. Once a booking is paid for, the price is guaranteed except in the case of surcharges or changes of local taxation or park fees that are beyond our control.

*High risk third countries and the international context of anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism.

Based on Directive (EU) 2015/849, Article 9, the Commission is mandated to identify high-risk third countries having strategic deficiencies in their regime on anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism.

**The FATF

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is the global money laundering and terrorist financing watchdog. It sets international standards that aim to prevent these illegal activities and the harm they cause to society.

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) leads global action to tackle money laundering, terrorist and proliferation financing. The 39-member body sets international standards to ensure national authorities can effectively go after illicit funds linked to drugs trafficking, the illicit arms trade, cyber fraud and other serious crimes.