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White Water Rafting and Sip Falls

  • White Water rafting
  • Hiking
  • Source of the Nile
  • Rock Climbing

Day 1: Arrival and overnight in Entebbe
You will be met on arrival by your driver guide who will warmly receive and welcome you. Transfer to your hotel in Entebbe. Dinner and overnight stay at Boma Guest House.

Day 2: Kampala City Tour
After breakfast we start the day with a city tour through the bustling capital of Uganda. Immerse yourself in the traditions of the Kings of the Buganda tribe at the Kasubi Tombs, visit the Namirembe Cathedral and explore the African Craft Village for the most authentic crafts and arts. You will enjoy a local cuisine and visit the museum where you will learn the history of Uganda. Dinner and overnight at Cassia Lodge.

Day 3: Jinja, Rafting and Source of the Nile.
You will be picked from your hotel and transferred to Jinja for a full day of adventure as you raft the white waters of the Nile starting at the Source of the Nile. Enjoy the beautiful scenery and thundering rapids of the White Nile and do not forget to watch the incredible birdlife as you drift quietly between the rapids of this mighty river. If you prefer a more peaceful experience can also decide to go for a wonderful river journey instead of choosing the wildest rapids, we drift swiftly between beautiful forested islands, bounce down smaller rapids and explore the least known channels. Later in the evening return to hotel for Dinner and overnight stay at The Haven.

Day 4: Transfer to Sipi
You will pass Jinja and Mbale towns to Sipi region in Kapchorwa district the home to the most beautiful and romantic waterfall in the whole of Uganda called Sipi Water Falls. The falls are found at the foothills of the Mountain Elgon. This beautiful waterfall is comprised of series of three falls with heights of 100 meters, 85 meters & 75 meters respectively. Have a relaxed afternoon and go for rock climbing. After return to you lodge for dinner and overnight at Sipi River Lodge.

Day 5: Hiking and Transfer back to Kampala
After an early breakfast, go for a hiking adventure in the mountain of the Bamasaba. The hike follows a well maintained network of trails, going through a pleasant countryside with great views of the scenery in all directions. There are some steep points that may require a bit of muscle to climb and it gets even more challenging on rainy a day with all the mud and getting slippery. The hike covers about 7 kilometers and could take nearly 4 hours depending on one’s pace and walking fitness. All this walking takes you through the community with great views of the hilly farming areas around.
Return back to the lodge for late lunch then drive back to Kampala arriving in time to be transferred back to the airport for you outbound flight back home.


5 days

Height Restriction

No minimum height

No maximum height

Wheelchair Friendly


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Outdoor - Yes

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No Animals Allowed

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Please note this tour is available for 12 yr olds and above only.

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Kampala Serena Conference Centre,
Front Basement,
Suite 5,
P.O. Box 33296,
Central Region,

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