2 Days Jinja tour
A 2 Days jinja tour involves a tour to Jinja town (land of many attractions) which is the second largest cities in Uganda and one of the ancient cities in east Africa to be established by the Arab traders, this makes Jinja to harbor a lot of history. The town is famous for being one of the loved tourist destinations as it lies on the shores of Lake Victoria the source of the majestic Nile.
Because of the Nile and Lake Victoria you get to enjoy numerous safari adventures such as white water rafting, boat cruise, sounds and sightseeing and many more.
Highlights of the safari
- White water rafting
- Quad biking (optional)
- Sightseeing at Bujagaali falls
- Nature walks/ forest walks
- boat rides
Day 1: Transfer from Kampala to Jinja
Day 2: White Water rafting and transfer back to Kampala.
Detailed itinerary for the safari
DAY 1: TRANSFER FROM KAMPALA TO JINJA
On the first day of the safari you will wake up early for morning breakfast, after breakfast you are picked by your safari driver either in Kampala or Entebbe, then you proceed east wards to Jinja. A journey to Jinja is very interesting as you make your first stopover around Sezibwa falls where you do a guided nature walk and sights seeing, from Sezibwa falls your proceed to Mabira for a forest nature walk where you will see monkeys, different birds and many tree species. Then you proceed to Jinja where you get to visit the Bujagaali falls, then go for boat cruise to the source of the Nile and also you can visit Samuka island where you get to see numerous birds. You return in the evening, check into your hotel, have dinner and sleep.
Luxury: Jinja Nile resort
Mid-range: two friend hotel
Budget: source of the smile hotel
DAY 2 WHITE WATER REFTING AND TRANSFER BACK TO KAMPALA
On the second and last day of the safari you will wake up early for breakfast and head for water rafting on the falls of river Nile, after rafting you can also engage in other optional activities like kayaking, horseback riding and quad biking. Then you transfer back to Kampala marking the end of the Uganda safari.