1 day Jinja source of the Nile tour – 1 day source of the Nile tour Jinja
Overview of your 1 day Jinja source of the Nile tour
This 1 day Jinja source of the Nile tour is a whole 1 day source of the Nile tour Jinja Uganda safari to the source of the longest river in the world-Nile River. This single day private safari in Uganda starting and ending in Kampala starts at 6:30 featuring a tour to Sezibwa falls, mabira forest and Jinja source of the Nile. The day starts with early morning breakfast at your hotel or accommodation facility in Kampala, meet and greet with your driver guide then start the drive to Jinja with the first stop at Sezibwa falls after about an hours’ drive. You will then be driven by your professional safari Uganda guide to mabira forest which is the biggest tropical forest in central Uganda then proceed past beautiful tea and sugar plantations to Jinja, have lunch and go for a boat cruise to the source of the Nile. Driving through the great architectural town of Jinja you will return to Kampala marking the end of your Uganda tour to the source of the Nile.
Highlights of your 1 day Jinja source of the Nile Tour
Your professional driver guide will pick you up using a 4×4 safari vehicle and start the drive to Jinja source of the Nile. You will have your first stop at Sezibwa falls, do a nature walk in mabira forest, take a boat cruise at the source of the Nile the drive through Jinja and back to Kampala.
Detailed itinerary of your 1 day Jinja source of Nile tour
By 6:30am, you will be leaving your accommodation facility in Kampala with a pick up by your driver guide. From Kampala, the first stop is done at Sezibwa falls in Mukono district 43km from Kampala. For 1 hour, you will hike to the top of the falls and do a cultural tour to the traditional cultural heritage site for the Baganda (a bantu ethnic group of people). The captivating natural beauty of the river that emerges from the thickets, stumbles over crafted like sharp rocks and plunges into a whirling pool will get you wowed.
The next stop is at Mabira forest which is one of the remaining tropical rain forests in Uganda and home to about 300 bird species, flora and Uganda’s endemic-Uganda mangabey (Lophocebus ugandae). You will do about 1 hour’s nature walk.