Jinja Town and the River Nile
Discover Some of the well-organized Jinja Tours from our jinja tours Uganda safari packages, This will include Rafting on River Nile, Boat Cruise, and many more activities , find more here.
Jinja town is situated in the Eastern district of Jinja about 81km away from Kampala which is the capital city of Uganda. It sits along the Northern shores of L. Victoria and it is where the mighty R. Nile(World’s longest river) begins it’s 4258 miles long journey North all the way to the Mediterranean Sea.
The Nile River is a popular tourist attraction in Uganda that attracts tourists of all types including adventure seekers, researchers as well holiday makers. There are plenty of thrilling water sports carried out on this river including a boat ride to source of the Nile, white water rafting, kayaking, bungee jumping, river surfing, sport fishing, jet boating, sunset cruise to mention but few . see some of our jinja tours in our directory list here.
Bujagali falls and the source of the Nile.
Bujagali falls was a popular waterfall in Jinja where the River Nile begins its journey from Lake Victoria and some consider this point as the real source of the Nile. Bujagali falls is believed to be home to a local spirit called Bujabald which is embodied in a old local spiritualist’s body who is the ninth person to be possessed by this spirit.
He is occassionaly seen doing rituals on the edge of the falls.
Uganda possesses a growing adventures industry, go whitewater rafting on the River Nile’s Class 5 rapids enjoy Uganda safari tours featuring wildlife game drives, bungee jumping, and cultural visits, visit the waterfalls, boat rides, climb, mountains, forest walks ad enjoy bird watching tours
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