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Destination: Uganda

Come Visit

Come Visit

Connect Africa Foundation Guest House in Uganda

We welcome visitors for any length of time from those just passing through to those interested in an extended stay!


Connect Africa has its own Guest House in a village called Jogo. It is located on 2½ acres of land of lush vegetation, occasional monkeys, cows, chickens and goats and an array of birds – a true bird watcher’s paradise. This is a true African experience.

​The Guest House itself is a Bed and Breakfast oasis with western amenities and Ugandan touches. A security guard and caretaker are on the premises 24/7.

Annett, the caretaker of the Guest House who completed a catering course sponsored by Connect Africa, prepares Ugandan meals and watches over your every need. Join her and learn how to prepare chapatti (unleavened flatbread) for one of your meals. Raymond, the on-site caretaker of the 2½ acres of land, enjoys accompanying you on the easy and safe walk into the heart of the village to introduce you to the villagers. Charles, Lynn, and the guest house staff are available for all your needs, starting with your arrival at the airport.​

When you stay at our Guest House all proceeds go directly to our programs for children and adults in the village of Joggo.

delicious Ugandan meal

“Every morning I woke up to a delicious breakfast, and every night I had another amazing meal. I was only 17 when

I travelled here, but I always

felt comfortable and well accommodated.”

– I.W., 2014


“What is wonderful about

this guest house is that it gives

you an opportunity to spend

quality time in a small African community, and yet you get

to stay in clean, comfortable, peaceful, safe, friendly accommodations.” 

– J. H., 2012

The Connect Africa Experience

The Connect Africa Experience

Every morning, you will awaken to different activities happening around you: children attending educational enrichment, playing on the swings and seesaw, children and adults enjoying the library, and classes in the Vocational Training Institute. Visit with our families, stroll through the village, and engage with people who are very excited to say hello and share their stories. By simply speaking with them you are enriching their day.


Our children are thrilled to meet visitors from around the world and everyone loves to practice their English with new people. You have a profound impact on their lives by spending time talking with them, running or joining an activity, playing with the children, teaching, or helping with what interests you.


Being with our families will be an experience unequaled in your life.

”I came away from Uganda with a strong feeling that every American, in fact every Westerner, at some point in their life should seek out this kind of experience.”

– R.M., return visitor 2012–2024

CAF volunteer in Uganda feeding baby
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