Jinja; two options.
Jinja is a town in Eastern, closer to Kampala that is perfect for both the adventurer and naturalist who want to connect with nature but doesn’t want to driver far away. We offer day tours to Jinja, which covers the following activities:
According to a traditional legend, Sezibwa and his brother Bwanda were given birth to by a woman. Sezibwa flowed west facing many obstacles, hence its name, while Bwanda flowed East. Many people come here to worship the spirits and they believe the site has supernatural powers where miracles can happen. The falls are 7 meters high. The trees in this area are high, hence creating a beautiful forest scenery. You can do a little of rock climbing on top of the falls while you enjoy the views.
Mabira is the second biggest forest in Uganda. We take a walk through it, offering the opportunity to see a dizzying array of different species of birds, butterflies, monkeys and trees.
There other optional activities in the forest like zip lining and arrow shooting for the adrenaline junkies.
Boat ride to the source of the Nile River
Finding the source of the world’s longest river was one of the grand prizes for early British explorers. On the boat ride, we shall take you to the Nile river’s origin, which eluded the early travelers for so many decades. The river flows for 90 days until Egypt. The trip also offers a splendid chance for birders to spot some of the region’s most distinctive winged creatures.
Finally, for the adventurer interested in a dose of adrenaline, we can also arrange some high octane activities like Whitewater rafting on the Nile River, zip lining in the Mabira forest, and Bungee jumping from one of the Nile’s bridges.
Option two of Jinja.
This trip to Jinja is more for the active travellers who just want to get out and do stuff. Here is what you get to do with this other option for Jinja.
We visit Sezibwa water fall.
Cycling in the around villages towards the Nile River.
Canoeing on the Nile.
So, the ball is in your coat! Tell us what tickles your fancy and we shall deliver.