This tour takes you to Ngamba Island – a home to over 49 orphaned chimps, located on Lake Victoria. You will enjoy a boat trip across the lake for about 45 minutes before reaching the island or optionally you will be transferred by air in a chopper. A lot of activities are available at this island which include day trips, overnight excursions, fishing, Ngamba trail, sunset cruise, caregiver for the day and long stay visitor programs. Your tour will take you a full day before you return to your pick up point.
The Mabamba Swamp is the best place to view the famous Shoebill in Uganda. It’s located west of 40 kilometers west of Entebbe and can be accessed by both road and a boat tour across Lake Victoria. This tour will take you to this famous birding spot early morning and in the afternoon visit the Botanical Gardens in Entebbe – another birding area. You will come across a number of other bird species with this tour.
Kampala is Uganda’s capital city with an estimated population of over 2.5 million people located in south central part close to the shores of Lake Victoria. The city was originally built on 7 hills which include Mengo, Makerere, Namirembe, Rubaga, Kololo & Mbuya but now has grown and more places have come up and city has extended into other parts.
This Jinja tour starts with the famous Sezibwa falls – a Buganda heritage site located in Mukono district, 32 km east of Kampala. It then takes you to Mabira forest – one of Uganda’s largest surviving natural forests with 312 species of trees, 315 species of Birds, 218 Butterfly Species, 97 Moth Species and 23 Small Mammal Species.
Lake Mburo is in the middle of an extensive rich acacia woodland, and there are several activities you can enjoy including nature walks, bird-watching, boat cruises & game drives. Departing from Kampala, you will stop by the Equator line, one of the places in the world where you feel a lighter-weight effect.
Start your tour to Jinja, setting off from Kampala early Morning and pass by the Sezibwa falls. This is one of the Buganda cultural heritage sites and you can enjoy rock climbing as well. Continue the journey to Jinja, passing through the Mabira forest.