Jinja Water Falls Tour & Adventure

Itanda Falls

1. Itanda Falls- Jinja Tours
Itanda Falls a great place to visit on your Safari in Uganda is not so much known, it is located only 27 kilometers away from Jinja and you need only 45 minutes driving along that rough road. When you get there, you will definitely have an experience of the Authentic Africa, particularly Uganda.
Itanda is an extremely stunning site with lots of ripples therefore has the potential to attract hundreds of tourists and they engage in the different activities like kayaking and also water rafting, an activity that interests hundreds of people from different corners of the world. Today, there are still very few tourists that have visited Itanda therefore it is still one of Uganda’s underutilized resources that is yet to be fully explored.
What to Do At and Around the Itanda Falls
White Water Rafting, Canoeing and Boat riding: Here you can expect long, rollicking strings of Grade IV and V rapids, with plenty of thrill and spills. Despite the intensity of some rapids, most people who venture here are first-time rafters; it's the perfect opportunity to get out of your comfort zone and try something different.
Kayaking: An alternative to rafting is to go solo and kayak through the raging river, or take a more leisurely paddle on flat water.
Visit the Source of the Nile River: Visit the birthplace of the mighty Nile River, here the water spills out of Lake Victoria on its journey to the Mediterranean flowing fast from the get-go.
Bungee Jumping: Challenge your fear of heights by touching the source of the Nile from the high Nile Bungee jumping Uganda.
Cultural Tours: Great opportunity to experience local culture including sampling of the local foods and village beers.
Quad Biking: Quad biking along the beautiful banks of the Victoria Nile is a real blast. After a little spin on the practice circuit, it's time to explore the paths and trails criss-crossing nearby countryside.
Horse Riding: A horseback safari provides the ideal way to explore the Nile up close, see a traditional Ugandan village and view the fantastic panorama from the hills overlooking the Nile River Valley.

2. Griffin Falls- Jinja Tours
Griffin Falls is conveniently located in Mabira rainforest just 10 km off the highway between Kampala and Jinja. After an amazing experience in the Mabira forest, you can feel good about where your money ends up because all the profits from Griffin Falls Camp are put into sustainable development projects in the villages in and around Mabira Forest.
The Griffin Falls Camp is owned by the Mabira Forest Integrated Community Organisation (MAFICO), a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO)
What to Do At and Around the Griffin Falls Mabira forest tree
Forest Canopy – Super Skyway Zip-lining: This is the only Zip-Line above the tree-tops in East Africa and you can do so in Mabira Forest at a most reasonable Price. The equipment meets all safety standard and was brought in from the USA b y a Peace Corps Volunteer who put the program together and trained Ugandans in safety as visitors zip-line above the tree-tops in the Rainforest. The activity can be done from 8 am to noon and from 1 pm to 6pm,
Uganda Mangabey Monkey Trekking: The Uganda Mangabey Monkey a rare species of monkeys only found in Mabira Rainforest and in a few other locations in the country as well in a small area of bordering Tanzania. There are 3 habituated groups inside of the Park and they can easily be tracked with guides who were a part of the habituation Process. Other monkeys like the red-tailed monkeys, birds, butterflies, flowering plants, and ancient trees that have been here for centuries.
Birding: Mabira forest is home to 315 species of birds including some rare ones like the Nahan’s francolin, Tit Hylia, Yellow and grey longbills, Purple-throated cuckoo shrikes, Illadopsises, Jameson’s wattle eyes. You can spot 46% of Uganda’s forest birds in Mabira Rainforest, that is lot more than any other forest in Uganda.
Nature Walks: You can go on Nature Walks without guides here, however for the best experience in the forest we recommend that you use the resident guides that can give you the best forest experience. Forest walks for any fitness level can be done here including children on a family safari with us, from a long and adventurous trek into the back country to a gentle meandering stroll through our well maintained trails.
Mountain Biking: The mostly well-maintained trails are also a great place for mountain bikers to blazed through the Forest. One can even venture beyond the forest into the communities. Mountain Bikes can be rented at Griffin Falls camp, outside of the forest at a National Forestry Department facility and the best bikes can be rented from Nile River Explorers in Jinja.

3.Ssezibwa Falls
The words “sezibibwa kkubo” mean that no obstacle can stop me from moving on and from Ssezibwa two rivers move on past the tranquil island that separates them into two streams reminding locals of the legend as to how the rivers began.
Many hundreds of years ago there was a woman by the name of Nakangu who was from the Fox clan who was about to give birth to twins, but what was birthed from her were two rivers – two streams. In local tradition it is believed that the spirits of Nakungu’s unborn children – Ssezibwa and Mobeya still live on and inhabit the waters of the river.Sezibwa Falls
What to Do At and Around the Ssezibwa Falls
Birding Tour: The forest at Ssezibwa offers an ultimate opportunity for bird lovers to spot different kinds of bird species.
Cycling: Many visitor to this cultural site enjoy cycling around villages getting to know the way of life of the people who live near the only born waterfalls in the world.
Cultural Encounters: Meet the traditional healer at Ssezibwa Falls who worship the gods who enabled Nakungu to give birth to the river for fertility blessing to the people. This place has a high value in the traditions of the Buganda Kingdom and many Kabakas (Kings) of Buganda have visited and planted trees at the site.