2 Days Jinja tour with White water rafting safari on the Nile River takes you to Jinja town that is found in the Eastern part of 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 85 kilometres from kampala. The city is located on the shores of Lake Victoria, near to the source of the River Nile.
2 Days Jinja tour with White water rafting experience; The white waters of the Nile River combine with the lush vegetation along the its shores, on islands and peninsulas, the several (variety of) bird species and the cool weather to create such fascinating scenery that feels almost spiritual to be amidst. Listening and looking at the gushing white waters, looking at a number of birds floating across the Nile from Lake Victoria, watching the fishermen spread their nets, and smelling the sweet scents emitted from the surrounding plants is so fulfilling. This gives you a memorable experience of your 2 days jinja tour with white water rafting safari.
Hotel pickup - Your also returned to your hotel.
After your early morning breakfast, we 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.
Dinner and Overnight at the Black lantern.
After the early morning breakfast, you will be briefed on the rafting guidelines and then go for your white water rafting activity on the Nile river with lunch breaks and evening drive back to Kampala
2 days Jinja tour, source of the Nile Jinja, Day tour from Kampala.
There are other sources beyond Lake Victoria and Uganda that have claimed to be the rightful sources of the great Nile waters but even if they were right, none of them fits the claim as the Source of the Nile in Jinja. On that note therefore Uganda is gifted with a number of tourists that come to see the source of the Nile River.
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