The bulk of our sales and operations teams are based in our office in Kampala and service the three lodges in Uganda: Bwindi Lodge, Mount Gahinga Lodge and Kyambura Gorge Lodge. We’re proud to introduce the team to you so you can put a face to a name and see the stories behind the people that make Volcanoes Safaris the unique, African company that it has become.
Rebecca comes from the Nebbi district in North Western Uganda, but has ancestral roots in Congo. She first joined volcanoes safaris as an intern in February 2012. Over the years, she has mastered the trade and she is now employed full-time with the company as a marketing assistant. She studied mass communication at Uganda Christian University for three years majoring in public relations and media. Some of her every day work involves, marketing the company image and product, liaising with the local market and updating company social media.
Away from work, Rebecca enjoys travelling, meeting people, filmmaking, new trends, fashion, events planning and is passionate about photography.
Betty was born and raised in Kampala and graduated from Makerere University with a Bachelors Degree in Tourism. During the 6 years she has worked in the tourism industry, she has been on a number of safaris in East Africa. Her Favourite area in Uganda is the South West – Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. The scenery is breathtaking. Travelling is her passion, and she considers herself extremely lucky to be able to combine this with her work at Volcanoes every day. The most rewarding part of her job is hearing clients thank her for making their dreams come true – who wouldn’t be inspired by such remarks! She is passionate and serious her work, but she does it with an infectious smile. Her favourite quote is from Susan Satong – “I haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on my list – Susan Satong.
Onzi joined the tourism industry in 2007 whilst completing a bachelors degree in Tourism from Makerere University in Kampala. After working at the Emin Pasha hotel for a year, she was then moved to the managing company’s head offices, where she worked for 5 years before moving to an internal flight company. At the time flying safaris were just being introduced into Uganda, making the country far more accessible. She wanted to be a part of this exciting new innovation.