Have you ever thought of visiting Africa and enjoy unforgettable sights and weather? Well, here is one-of-a-kind opportunity. Eatbeta International Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose vision is to transform agriculture in Africa by training rural smallholder farmers. Eatbeta primarily relies on volunteers from the world over, to provide hands-on training to rural African farmers in quality crop farming, animal farming, using farm equipment, and in non-farming skills as well. These short-term training programs are designed to last for approximately two weeks during the summer season. By way of appreciation, volunteer trainers are treated to a safari excursion where they get to enjoy some of Uganda (the Pearl of Africa)’s unforgettable and breathtaking sights, such as the source of River Nile (world’s longest river), Lake Mburo National Park (home to zebras, giraffes, and hundreds of other wildlife animals), Bwindi National Park (home to mountain gorillas), the famous Equator crossing line, Lake Victoria (second-largest freshwater lake in the world), and a lot more. This agritourism adventure combines the opportunity to train rural farmers and the thrill of enjoying a safari excursion in the “Pearl of Africa.”