Crowned Crane Safaris is a tour and Travel Company registered in the United Kingdom with operational branch offices in Uganda offering remarkable and personalized tourism services with the vast experience in planning safaris in East Africa.
We are super safe, dedicated and professional experts in identifying tour destinations that suit your need, interests and budget. Our tour advisors and trip consultants are very creative in planning and delivering with the highest degree of hospitality, keeping in mind guest satisfaction and preferences.
We have a high understanding of tailoring different safari packages, group and private tours both on mid-range and luxury. At Crowned Crane Safaris it will always be more than a safari.
Apollo Habumugisha is Crowned Crane Safari's Uganda Director. Born in the Kisoro District, in the Soth West of Uganda, Apollo has been in tour guiding for over 15 years.
Apollo is vastly experienced in deep wildlife and nature guiding and in field touring training. He's also an expert in wildlife identification techniques and an experienced birding consultant.
Apollo's friendliness, experience and hospitality shine throughout his guided safaris, making him the perfect guide for a beautiful to stunning East Africa.
Simon was ordained on 27 September 2020 and is now Assistant Curate to the Oakham Team Ministry.
He has lived in Manton for over 20 years, having moved to Rutland as the first Legal Director of the new Rutland Unitary Council in 1997 and has practised as a solicitor for almost 35 years.
Simon, who grew up in Barnet, is married to Carys and they have previously worshipped in Rutland at Oakham Baptist Church and in the Rutland Water Benefice.
Simon has served as ordinand in the Welland Fosse Benefice while studying on the Eastern Regional Ministry Course.
Simon and Carys both play in various recorder orchestras and groups, occasionally in time with each other! An experienced visitor to Easy Africa, Simon has visited the mountain gorillas in the Volocanoes National Park in Rwanda and Bwindi forest in Uganda Simon.