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Our one day whitewater trip is incredible value for money, offering you return transport from Kampala, one-night accommodation either at the tea-house or the Nile River Camp, breakfast, lunch, plenty of beers and snacks after the trip and free photos. We're almost forgetting the 3-4 hours of incredible whitewater and a 19km journey down the mighty white Nile with the best crew in the business!!NEW! Since 2019 we also offer riverboarding on every trip!You can choose grade 3 or grade 5 (minimum ages 14yrs / 16yrs) and we will always try our best to be as flexible to your needs as possible.Trips run everyday with minimum client number of 2 from Jinja or 4 from Kampala.
Visiting over 45 chimpanzees on an island and View the serenity of over 130 islands and each has its history. Feel the 2 halves of the world as you cross the equator line on the famous Lake Victoria while winding away to the chimpanzee sounds.
This is a fantastic 5 day program traversing the primate world in Uganda while enjoying the beautiful landscape and the local people. It is booked with luxury lodges and a selection of upmarket boutique hotels. Spend your time with the gorillas and later come to the beautiful town in Jinja and experience the nile at its best undertaking the much adventurous activity of white water rafting.
This tour will offer you a detailed insight into the life & ways of the Chimps at the Island, most of which are orphans & refugees. Inclusive of sun downers, sunbathing, Island hopping, community visits, bird watching with beach games & an authentic Ugandan lunch at the Island. At the end of the day you will be much more knowledgeable concerning Chimps & culture at Ngamba Island.
Package option 2 is the same as package 1 but picks up from Kampala on the Saturday Morning instead of the Friday evening. This is a good option if you are travelling alone or in a smaller group and has no minimum group size. This package with one night accommodation, all meals including the famous NRC BBQ and the famous full day whitewater rafting.
Situated an hour’s drive from Kampala, experience the small town charm of Uganda’s first capital (Entebbe) and discover the colonial history of this lakeside town, visiting monuments, streets and some crafts shopping. Later in the day, enjoy a 1 hour cruise on lake Victoria, by speedboat or motorised boat with an option to visit the Ngamba chimpanzee island sanctuary and enjoy an afternoon of chimpanzee viewing and feeding, learning about chimpanzee conservation efforts in Uganda, swimming along the equator and relaxation.
This 2 Days tour takes you birding in Entebbe and Mabamba Wetland in Uganda. The Mabamba bay is identified as an important Birding Area and also renowned for hosting the rare Shoebill Stork as well as famously blessed with a variety of bird species. Mabamba Islands has grown into one of the most interesting and spectacular tourist sites for birding and a part from Murchison Falls National Park, Mabamba is the only place rated as the best in Africa or in the world where the elusive shoebill can be easily spotted in its natural state. Apart from the rare shoebill, there are many other bird species to see on this tour.
Your 1 day river Nile white water rafting adventure takes you to the source of river Nile – the world’s longest river found in Jinja. The beginning of the Nile at the Rippon falls, offers the ideal environment for a satiating grade 1 – grade 5 white water rafting experience. Depending on one’s experience and prowess, rafting can be done in; fast moving waters with riffles and small waves, or in straight-forward rapids with wide clear channels which are evident without scouting, or in rapids with moderate irregular waves which may be difficult to avoid and which can swamp an open canoe, or in intense, powerful but predictable rapids requiring precise boat handling in turbulent waters, or in extremely long, obstructed and violent rapids which expose a rafter to added risk.