How do to manage rubbish on your safari : When on a safari you are having so much fun, the last thing you want to think about is rubbish. In fact you do not even think about rubbish at all when planning for a Uganda safari. But this changes when you are on the safari and have rubbish with you either from food packing, items you bought, this you are done using, items that have served their purposes among other things. That’s when it hits you that you need to get rid of this rubbish. It is rubbish so it has go; and that’s the reason for this article.
We want to answer the question of managing rubbish on your safari. You should know though that safaris are different so the answers below are not one size fits all, but they are a starting point for you.
Also you should know that different countries have different laws regarding rubbish management so you should consult with your tour operator or search on the internet about these laws before proceeding with any rubbish management alternative.
That said here are some of the ways you can manage rubbish on your safari.
- Use Rubbish disposal places
Most places and cities have rubbish disposal places. So even on your safari you should try hard to look out for these and dispose off the rubbish there. These disposal places can be public bins or private innovations but they will be placed in a visible place for you to easily see them. They are found in all places of public gathering.
Thus when on your Uganda safari you can always look out for them and dispose off your rubbish. Also the accommodation facilities have disposal places, you can always utilise them.
- Keep in your car
When you’re on the road, you can keep the rubbish in your for the time you are travelling. This is because on the road you may not find as many rubbish disposal places or you may miss them. So to avoid loitering the road and just throwing rubbish anyhow, you can always keep the rubbish in you’re for a while and when you get to your destination you can dispose it off in the proper way.
- Recyclable items
The other way to manage rubbish is use recyclable items or things. With recyclable items as we all know, they don’t become rubbish they are just repurposed for another use. So, with recyclable items you will have very little rubbish production, which can give you a peace of mind.
- Ask your tour guide
If you are stuck you can also take advantage of your tour guide, ask them how to go about the rubbish you have produced or have. The tour guide is well conversant of the area and the different rules that govern rubbish management in the country. So they will definitely be in position to help and even explain to you other things you would like to know about Rubbish on your safari.
Rubbish aside, safaris are very exciting experiences that take you to the wild to experience the flora and fauna in their most natural form. You can have safaris in Uganda, all year round and these safaris include mountain gorilla safaris, chimpanzee safaris, savannah safaris, adventure safaris, hiking safaris and many more.
Safari destination include but not limited to Bwindi National Park, Mgahinga National Park, Kidepo National Park, Queen Elizabeth National, Kibale National Park, Murchison Falls National Park, Lake Mburo National park, Zziwa Rhino Sanctuary, Jinja source of the Nile, The Rwenzori mountain, Mount Elgon, Sipi falls and many others.