On your way stop at the beautiful and spiritual Ssezibwa falls said to be born of a woman Tebarea, are renowned for their spiritual and healing power and have long been a favorite of the Kabaka’s of Buganda. Here the black river water trumbles over the rocks into the pool below and traditional healer performs ceremonies for those seeking love, children and a good harvest or successful business deal. Whether you want to enjoy a picnic, explore the beautiful setting of unusual geology, trees, primates and birds or visit the many local shrines, Ssezibwa is a wonderful place to visit.
Mabira forest struddles the main Jinja to Kampala highway, it is 54 km from Kampala and 20km from Jinja. This huge and beautiful forest with an extensive trail network for guided walks, bird watching and mountain biking. The forest is excellent for red tailed monkeys which are commonly seen. The colorful Najjembe market is also worth a visit to sample the grilled chicken on sticks.
Bujagali falls one of the most beautiful places in the whole Uganda. A spectacular series of several massive rap is named after a bloodline of witch doctors daring back over thirty generals. Its also home of the Bujagali swimmers local stint men that for small fee will swim the falls holding onto only a jerry can Bujagali falls is also the whitewater rafting base of Uganda. This section of the river Nile has the most exciting white water rafting in the world and has alternative routes to avoid the rough nasty staff, so even the true cowards will enjoy their day. Enjoy the breathtaking scenery of the falls as you relax under a shady tree for a picnic with family and friends. Restaurants, bars and Bandas are available on the edge of the Nile and Samoka Island.