2 days sipi falls and source of the Nile tour highlights
The 2 Days Sipi Falls and Source of The Nile Tour will be full of fun as you have to explore unique attractions from the start of your tour right from Kampala. The lifestyle of different tribes and homestead along your way will blow you off as you approach Sezibwa falls to see cultures related to Buganda Kingdom. Mabira Forest has a lot to offer especially the nature walks and ziplining can be done here. Visit the source of Nile and later proceed to Sipi falls in the Eastern Uganda.
Day 1 of the 2 days sipi falls and source of the Nile tour: Kampala – Sipifalls (5 hours drive).
You will be picked by your driver guide at 6:00am from your place of residence in Kampala. You will head to Sipi falls with a visit to Sezibwa falls to see a cultural site related to the Buganda Kingdom with its interesting stories. Proceed through Mabira forest with the en-route visit of the Nile Bridge in Jinja and boat cruise to the source of Nile then continue to Sipi falls which is a series of three waterfalls in Eastern Uganda in the district of Kapchorwa, northeast of Sironko and Mbale lying on the slopes of Mount Elgon National Park. Overnight at Sipi Valley Resort (Mid range) and Sipi travelers Lodge (Budget facility) Meal Plan: Lunch and Dinner.
Day 2: Sipi falls – Kampala (5 hours drive).
After breakfast, you will be transferred for the water fall hike to see the three series of Sipi waterfalls, it will take 3 hours, take along a camera and it will be full of stunning Sipi falls. You will return to your hotel as you prepare to be driven back to Kampala.
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The above safari package includes:-
- Transportation by a 4wd safari Vehicle.
- Accommodation and meals as per the itinerary.
- Boat trip to the source of the Nile.
- Services of English speaking Driver/guide.
- En-route lunches.
- Sipi fall visit and water fall hike.
- Sezibwa falls visit.
- 1 bottle of drinking water per day.
However, the package excludes: expenses of personal nature like: Drinks, laundry, tips to local guides, telephone, porter fee while trekking, personal insurance and any other activity not included in the itinerary.