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1 Day Jinja Tour

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1 Day
Availability : Any Time
Max People : 40
Tour Details

Set off from your hotel premises after breakfast at 7.30am with your driver/ guide and head to Kampala City, the city is so busy this means you will find heavy traffic jam as you drive through to Jinja Road.
Sezibwa Falls.

Departure & Return Location

Hotel Premises

Departure Time

7.30am

Price Includes

  • Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees
  • All transportation in destination location

Price Excludes

  • Driver Service Fee
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees
What to Expect

Set off from your hotel premises after breakfast at 7.30am with your driver/ guide and head to Kampala City, the city is so busy this means you will find heavy traffic jam as you drive through to Jinja Road.
Sezibwa Falls,

The first stopover will be at Sezibwa Falls for a nature walk accompanied with hiking up to the top of the falls, you will experience the traditional myths of the Buganda culture, you might get a chance to see some people practising cultural rituals at the site, and this will take about an hour.
Mabira Forest,

You will then proceed to the Mabira forest, but prior to the forest you will meet many roadside sellers, who will crowd your vehicle once you stop over, with lots of food stuffs, such as roasted maize, grilled chicken, plantain, meat etc. at cheap prices.

In the forest, you will enjoy the undistu rbed nature, have a forest walk, where you see over 300 species of birds, 218 different types of butterflies, lots of primates, the blue and velvet monkeys, and see the diversity of tree plants, walking under this canopy will be such a memorable experience, which will also take about 45 minutes.Mabira forest is one of the few rain forest still standing in the East African region, though it has also been encroached on for commercial purposes.

After the Mabira tour, proceed to Jinja where you will cross over the Magnificent bridge of the Owen Falls Dam which provides electricity to Uganda and Kenya, unfortunately it’s out of bound for security reasons but initially its was open for visitors and for photography.

Source of the Nile

In Jinja you will have your lunch, for there are a number of nice and exclusive restaurants and hotels so you make your own choice.
Jinja was once the industrial capital of Uganda and it has lots of Old Indian styled buildings reflecting the many Indians who lived in Uganda in the Pre-Amin era. After which you will get to the Source of the Nile, where you will have a boat cruise and a stopover at the “Source of the Nile monument,” while on the cruise you will see rays of beautiful aquatic birds.

At the premises of the source of the Nile, there is a quiet park where souvenirs are on display for tourists and travellers who may wish to purchase them, it’s such a lovely ambience endowed with spacious palm trees, as you slope down the steps towards the Nile for the boat ride.

While on the Nile, you will hear the sound of gurgling waters. History will unfold right in your own eyes as you have an experience on the longest river in Africa.
On your return Journey to Kampala, you will branch off to Namugogo Shrine which will be the last stopover; here you will be able to see the monument of the Ugandan Martyrs who lost their lives for Christ back in the days, i.e. in the Eighteen Hundreds. This is too instrumental in the Catholic Faith and a Massive Cathedral was erected in memory of them, In fact the Pope, John Paul the Third visited the shrine in 1993 on his visit to Uganda and Pope Francis in 2015.

You shall then retire to your hotel premises after a long day’s journey, but it worth the experience.

BON VOYAGE!!!!!!!!!

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