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Our most popular day trip!! Visit Jinja, east of Uganda to see Sezibwa Falls, Mabira Forest, Bujagali Rapids and the Source of the Nile. Jinja is the former industrial capital and is now the Adventure capital. The town is quaint with a lot of Art Deco Architecture.
US$ 100 total for a full day trip including lunch and transport per person for a minimum of 2 people.
Early morning after breakfast you should be picked from your convenience in Kampala or Entebbe and set off to Jinja. You will drive through Lugazi to sezibwa falls a most loved spot for rest and recuperating for the Kabakas of the Buganda Kingdom, individuals who trust in kiganda customs still come to look for the old routes at this spot. For any guest, these falls will leave a noteworthy experience on your heart.
On your way as you approach Mabira Forest you will drop by sellers of the fast-food roasted chicken and beef on sticks done the nearby way.
On top of the dazzling more than 312 tree and plant species, the forest has more than 300 types of birds and more than 218 of butterflies. sNever the less you should discover distinctive sorts of monkey and different mammals in this Forest strolling underneath this shade of an African tropical Rainforest .
After you get over into the vehicle and go for lunch at the Sunset Hotel -a stunning eatery roosted on a slope over the Nile serving great food with chicken breast stuffed down with spinach an extraordinary delicacy. It has Ugandan, Chinese, Indian and Italian dishes.
After lunch you will take a short ride to the source of the Nile-a calm excellent spot, loaded with palm trees, phenomenal tropical plants and as you stroll down the progressions toward the Nile you can possess a scent reminiscent of the blooms there.
As you stand on the Nile, you will hear the sputtering water, watch local anglers toss their nets in the longest waterway in Africa- You will take a Boat Ride to the real source of the Nile and past the lake where you will take extraordinary pictures for future recollections.
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