The Ssese Islands consist of 84 Islands in the northwestern part of Lake Victoria in Uganda. The Ssese Islands occupy the northwestern corner of Lake Victoria and are mostly inhabited by the Bantu Speaking people who are close to the Baganda and the Basoga people of Uganda.
The Ssese Islands can be accessed from Nakiwogo in Entebbe or From Masaka via Bukakata with a chance to see the equator line.
After your breakfast and relaxtion, our driver shall pick you at 11am and head to Entebbe Road where we drive to Nakiwogo Landing Site and board the ferry at 2:00pm(EAT), the journry on lake Victoria for our 3 days Ssese Islands tour takes us 3hrs to our landing area between 5pm - 5:30pm (EAT) at Lutoboka Landing site in Kalangala District.
Depending on our chosen accommodation, We drive/walk a few metres from the landing site along the beach and check into our Hotel for an overnight.
If you are a Music/Party lover, there is normally club music by the beach with lots of drinks and fresh fish.
Overnight at Brovad Sands Lodge
Wake up with great views of the white sand beach on Ssese Islands and depending on your desire, you may take a Forest/Nature walk in Lutoboka Central Forest Reserve, The lutoboka forest is described as medium altitude moist forest lying on 378 hectares of land gazzetted in 1948 and if you are a bird lover, there are over 300bird species in the forest and lots of primates in the forest on Ssese Island in the Lutoboka Forest.
Return later for lunch and relax by the white sand on lake victoria on the Ssese islands beach. You can request to have your lunch by the beach.
Overnight at Brovads Sands Lodge.
We have an early breakfast, and we check out from the Hotel at 7:30am(EAT) where we head back to the ferry, board at 8:00am(EAT) and we sail again on lake victoria for 3-hrs back to Nakiwogo Landing Site, we board our car and drive back to kampala/Airport or Desired destination.
Alternatively, we may drive via the Bukakata ferry and have a chance of the equator stop and viewing.
We end our 3 days Ssese Islands Tour
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