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Friday, 26 February 2016

2 Days Jinja Town and the Source of River Nile with Sight Seeing Safaris

Jinja is a town in Eastern Uganda. It is the second bussiest commercial center in the Uganda, after Kampala, the capital and largest city. Jinja was established in 1907 and is approximately 85km from kampala.The city is located on the shores of Lake Victoria, near to the source of the River Nile. Day 1-After breakfast,drive to Jinja with a stop over at Sezibwa water falls for sight seeing and a guided walk .stop again in Mabira forest for a Nature walk.expect lots of monkeys, birds and continue to jinja through Sugar Plantations for a visit to Bujagali and the source of the Nile with a visit to the samuka island for a great bird viewing time.

Jinja Sightseeing and Source of the Nile River 1 day trip from Kampala, see this plus all the short safari options here,2 Days Jinja Tour and Rafting on River Nile | day tour from kampala | source of the nile | rafing | kayaking uganda | bungee jumping



Dinner and Overnight at the Black lantern.

Day 2-Early morning breakfast,Rafting on the Nile river with lunch breaks and evening drive back to Kampala

Optional Activities.

    Horseback riding/Safaris.
    Quad Biking.
    Kayaking
    Bungee jumping

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Dinner and Overnight at the Black lantern.
Day 2-Early morning breakfast,Rafting on the Nile river with lunch breaks and evening drive back to Kampala

Optional Activities.
  • Horseback riding/Safaris.
  • Quad Biking.
  • Kayaking
  • Bungee jumping
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