Join us in Uganda for the 2018 Donor Experience!
Next summer, The Literate Earth Project is offering a unique opportunity for donors to travel to Uganda with executive board members for the opening of our 15th library. The 2018 Donor Experience will allow participants to experience Ugandan culture, travel throughout the country, and see first-hand the impact our libraries have on the lives of local students. Join us as we celebrate this milestone and experience the trip of a lifetime with The Literate Earth Project.
DAY 1 Depart from NYC* - arrival in Entebbe next day early morning.
DAY 2 Drive through the Ankole Savannah Grasslands to Queen Elizabeth National Park
DAY 3 Begin safari after breakfast for viewing of leopards, lions, elephants, and more
DAY 4 Visit the Ishasha sector of the park to see tree climbing lions before departing
DAY 5 Tour the Entebbe Botanical Gardens. Viewing and feeding of Vervet monkeys
DAY 6 Visit Mivule Primary School Library, travel to Kampala for dinner and dancing
DAY 7 Tour the capital of Uganda, visit the National Theatre and Ugandan Craft Market
DAY 8 Attend the opening of LEP's 15th library at Kigo Primary School
DAY 9 Depart Uganda
*Alternate departure locations available for additional cost
$2,100 per person - includes a $500 donation to The Literate Earth Project
Private transportation, boda rides
Accommodations - based on double occupancy (private rooms available for additional cost)
Entrance fees and pricing for all attractions included in the itinerary
Meals and alcoholic beverages
Additional cost for non-New York City departure location
Interested in joining our 2018 Donor Experience? Fill out the form below for more info!