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A Depart from Kampala for a stretch of about 80kms Eastern part of Uganda through Mukono town to Jinja with a brief stop at Sezibwa cultural site, a hidden cultural treasure with a number of traditional attachment, be ready to pray from one of the biggest Caves in Uganda
( For those who want twins please do not miss out), proceed to Mabira eco tourism site, the only rain forest we have, treasure for Buganda kingdom, we shall have a Nature walk, this is rewarding view different bird species and some primates like the monkeys that are seen swinging in the tree branches . It has sharp edged rocks and splendid sound of the falls and it's believed to have been born by a woman who gave birth to twins in form of water (sezibwa) and Bwanda.
We shall continue to Mabira eco tourism site for a nature walk that will take 2-3 Hrs and will extend to the Griffin falls, the natural spring within the forest, not forgetting the rich fauna of different species within the forest.
We shall have breakfast within the forest, and then heading to Jinja through tea and sugarcane plantations of Metha Group Companies, proceed to Itanda/Kalagala Falls, to see the prolific rapids at kalagala you will have a chance of taking a cup of tea or any drink in one of their beautiful bar constructed in the middle of the waterfalls then depart from for Jinja take an evening sun downer at Nile Discovers on the Nile for an evening barbeque at Nile hotel and overnight ( Optional Jinja night life can be arranged for those who want to go clubbing or swallowship)
After an early breakfast set off for the source of the Nile/Samuka Island tour-Using a motorized boat to the point where it's believed to be the Real Source of the Nile, At this point you see water coming out from the ground and then it's joined by the waters of Lake Victoria, this kind of joining forms a Confluence/fountain before it travels 4000 miles to Egypt. The ride is rewarding with countless encounters of different birds species on the Nile,
Monitor lizards and wonderful vegetations take photos and catch memories to last a life time. Samuka Island is referred to as the BIRDS' Paradise. The ride will take about 45 minutes arriving at Samuka take a simple nature walk/bird watching and you wait for a delicacy lunch. Later in the afternoon we shall take the boat back to Jinja return to Kampala.
DAVID C TALENGA