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BEST TOURING AND CAMPING SITES IN JINJA CITY.

Jinja is a town in southern Uganda, on the shore of lake Victoria.  The  source  of  the Nile  at  the  coronation park as  marked  by  a  garden  and  monument  honoring  British  explorers  like Speke . Owen falls dam and bujagali all span from the Nile. It  still  stands  the  father  north  on  the  river  and  Itanda falls  is  known for  its  white  water  rapids. East  of  Jinja  on  lake  victoria ,samuka  island  is  home  to  plenty  of  bird  life

igenge palace
jinja market

1 DAY  VISIT  TO  UGANDA  WILDLIFE  CONSERVATION  CENTRE  AT  ENTEBBE.

Uganda  wildlife  conservation  center  is  located  in  Entebbe  in  central  Uganda. It’s  a  beautiful  place  with  plenty of  animals  that’s  are  so  educative  and  adventurous  to  watch . Formerly  known  as   the  Uganda  zoo  has  various  bird species,  snakes, monkeys,baboons, lions, elephants ,antelopes and  many  other  species  that  are enticing  to  see. We  shall  pass via  places  like  Mabira forest ,Namawojola , Kampala  city ,Entebbe  express to  the  zoo.

PREPARATION TO UGANDA CONSERVATION CENTRE.

We  shall  have  a brief  from  our  tour  guide or  a  representative  from  Jk  tours  and  travel  about  the  journey. With  help  of  the  teachers  and  any  administration  representative , we  shall  first  have  breakfast  from  our  respective  place  of  meeting/ school  or  any  institution.

We  shall  proceed  to  Jinja  town  to have  a  look  at  the  ancients  African  paintings  and  craft  industry  at  the  innovative  village.  We  shall  have  some  time  to  buy  some items like  local  crafts,  bags, clothes etc.

We  shall  continue  to  the  source  of  Nile  also  see  amazing  things  like  the  Mahati Magandi  statue, snake  park , boat  cruise.

We  shall  proceed  to  Mabira  forest where  we  are  going  to  see  variety  of  tress,  study the  history  of  Mabira  forest , see  the  medicine  trees  where  most  of  Uganda’s  traditional  hubs  originate. 

Shall  continue  to  Namawojola  where  we  are  going  to  stop  for  shopping  we  shall  buy  items like ,roasted  meat, roasted chicken, roasted  bananas, pineapples, yellow  bananas, mangoes etc.

We shall  drive  back  to  our  respective  destinations and  shall  continue  to  come  to  the  end  of  our  tour.

15 Best Places to Visit in Uganda

1 Kampala city

Marred in the minds of many a tourist by the ever-present threat of one Joseph Kony and his so-called Lord’s Resistance Army, the nation of Uganda is actually one of Africa’s up-and-coming gems. Yes, you’ll have to be careful, and there are warnings that need to be heeded about traveling to the contested and conflicted areas of the northern territories.

However, Uganda is, for the most part, a safe and enthralling place. It’s a land where hippos humph through the wetlands and lions laze in the acacias. It’s a land of rain-stained forests and misty hills that house chimpanzees. It’s got the lapping waters of Lake Victoria, and the winding channels of the Victoria Nile to boot. Vistas of rock-ribbed mountains and standalone volcanoes conquer the peripheries, shooting up to craggy summits where waterfalls and thunderstorms coalesce. Meanwhile, Kampala is a pulsating city, steeped in tribal ancestry and life. It’s an all-round top African adventure!

Let’s explore the best places to visit in Uganda:

1. Kampala

Gaddafi National Mosque

The ancestral capital of the Buganda kingdom is modern day Uganda’s capital too.

And for an African first city, it’s got real charm and panache.

You can still see some of the thatched relics of the former glory years at the Kasubi Tombs, or you can taste the frenetic energy of day-to-day Ugandan life between the sun-cracked streets of Central Kampala; a place of throbbing markets (the city’s Owino market is said to be the largest in Central-east Africa) and echoing mosque minarets (that soaring Gaddafi National Mosque is a must!). On the edge of town is the more straight-laced area of Nakasero Hill, where well-to-do villas house the country’s elite and expats chatter in the ramshackle bars.

  

2. Kibale National Park

Kibale National Park

Pierce into the dense jungles and wetland forests of the great Kibale National Park and you won’t be disappointed! What awaits is one of the world’s most awesome arrays of wild chimpanzee packs, and you can see these majestic simians of Central Africa trawling through the undergrowth and commanding the canopies on game drives and safari excursions of all different types.

There’s a kaleidoscope of other curious little monkeys to spot too, like the rare L’Hoest’s and the Ugandan red colobus.

It’s also possible to wonder up at ancient fig trees, and see some more recent efforts to create sustainable coffee plantations in the area.

3. Ssese Islands

Ssese Islands

A cocktail of golden sands worthy of Latin America, sun-kissed beaches and lapping waves, the archipelago of the Ssese Islands is Uganda’s answer to the tropical gems of the East African coast on the Indian Ocean.

Peppering the waters of Lake Victoria, they are considered the country’s premier rest and relaxation spot, with the popular Buggala Island and Bulago coming up top of the menu.

You can either kick-back in one of the lakeside resorts, or wax up the walking boots and make for the hills, where hippo-dotted swamps hide between the ridges.

Kayaks and other watersports are also available on Buggala.

4. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

The Bwindi Impenetrable National Park really does live up to its name! A land of rocky peaks and endless green, it’s covered in some of Africa’s oldest primeval forestry.

The biodiversity – think geckos next to gorillas next to a multitude of curious insects – garnered the spot a UNESCO World Heritage tag, while most safari goers head this way in search of colobus monkeys and chimpanzees.

The breathtaking landscapes are typical of the Albertine Rift.

They rise and fall to untrodden valleys and summits, with quartzite massifs here and teak-shrouded riverways there.

It’s definitely one to write home about!

5. Murchison Falls National Park

Murchison Falls National Park

Named for the roaring cataracts that carve right through their middle, the wilds of the Murchison Falls National Park are unquestionably some of the most amazing in north-western Uganda.

The protected area is actually the largest national park in the country, with a whopping count of nearly 4,000 square kilometers between its borders.

The biggest attraction is – of course – the point where the Victoria Nile crashes through a tight-knit gorge and over an escarpment of more than 40 meters in height.

However, travelers can also look forward to stalking lions and giraffes and elephants and more!

6. Entebbe

Entebbe

Entebbe, for most international visitors at least, will be the entrance point to Uganda.

It’s here that the nation’s Entebbe International Airport makes its home; its runways butting up against the waters of Lake Victoria.

Most will also leave promptly, on their way to Kampala or the country’s other far-flung safari destinations.

Those who linger can enjoy a laid-back place that still trundles to the tune of the old British Protectorate – for it’s here that the English colonists made their base in earlier decades.

One of the relics of that age is the beautiful National Botanical Gardens, while there are also charming churches, and the official residence of the president: the Ugandan State House.

7. Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Handily named just QENP for short, this huge dash of wilderness that lies close to the banks of Lake Edward and the DRC border in the west is Uganda’s most famous national park.

It’s visited by thousands of tourists each year, who come in search of the lazy Congo lions and the swinging chimps that can be seen mingling between the Maramagambo Forest and the grassy savannah.

The whole area is also scarred by countless volcanic features, going from the awesome Katwe craters to great rifts in the earth, making it an interesting and eye-catching place to go on safari drives and game seeking journeys.

8. Mount Elgon National Park

Mount Elgon National Park

The rock-ribbed, jungle-topped highlands of the Mount Elgon National Park are peppered with so many natural beauties it can be difficult to describe them all at once.

Cascading down from the extinct caldera of one of Africa’s oldest volcanos, there are waterfalls, dank cave systems, and rugged canyons aplenty.

Visitors can also feel the geothermal activity at a series of hot springs, or wonder upwards, to where African goshawks and elegant bush-shrikes flit through the skies.

Monkey wise, there are the likes of De Brazza’s and colobuses, along with blue monkeys and some other rare simian species.

9. Mbale

Mbale

One of the main transportation and administration hubs of eastern Uganda, tin-shack Mbale hosts its own regional government and a clutch of good hotels and guesthouses.

It’s particularly useful for those on their way to the heights of Mount Elgon and the famous summit of Wagagai – a 24-million-year-old volcano that is the seventeenth highest in all of Africa.

(For the best base of explorations around the hiking trails and glorious mountain’s that erupt around Mbale, be sure to hitch a local minibus out to Bududa.)

Back in the town itself and you can enjoy the hustle and bustle of day-to-day Ugandan life, along with plenty of shops and market stalls.

10. Lake Mburo National Park

Lake Mburo National Park

Despite being one of the smallest national parks in Uganda, the swaying savannah grasses and riparian habitats of Lake Mburo certainly pack a punch.

They come spotted with buffalo herds and zebras, crossed by prancing reedbucks, and stalked with hyenas.

Today, much of the area is clad in young forestry, which springs up from the swamplands that dominate along the shores of the eponymous lake.

These make for great game viewing during the dry season, when the animals congregate at the watering holes.

What’s more, Lake Mburo National Park is one of the most accessible going, with easy access along the highway from Kampala, the capital.

11. Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

You’ll have to go to the far southern depths of Uganda to find the great galumphing beasts of the highlands: mountain gorillas.

The appropriately-named Mgahinga Gorilla National Park is one of the top places to find them too, with its indelibly green rainforests falling down from the windswept heights of cloud-shrouded volcanos.

The area buts up to the famous Virunga Range, and offers game sightings of rare mountain gorillas alongside other awesome creatures – think woodland elephants, golden monkeys, wild hogs and jackals.

Yep, you can see them in the DRC too, but things here just happen to be a little safer!

12. Kidepo Valley National Park

Kidepo Valley National Park

Hidden away in the northern reaches of Uganda (in one of the more dubious and unsafe parts of the country), the Kidepo Valley National Park is a great fly-in visit.

It’s sat a whopping 700 kilometers from the capital, and is known for its remoteness.

Totally undeveloped and untouched by mass safari tourism, the region is the old stomping ground of the Dodoth pastoralists.

These semi-nomads shared the landscapes of savannah and mud plain with oodles of buffalo, hippo, oryx and wild dogs, which can still be seen flitting between the grey-haired acacia groves and wetlands today.

13. Jinja

Jinja

It’s just a short drive along the highways east to the river town of Jinja, which juts out into the waters where the Victoria Nile emerges from its eponymous lake.

Sleepy, sun-cracked and relaxed, the place is the perfect antidote to the energy of life in the capital.

It’s got a clutch of great bars, but is most famed for the wealth of riparian resorts that line the banks.

You’re sure to be able to find something to suit, with everything from pool-peppered boutique hotels to more rustic ecolodges surrounded by monkeys to choose from.

And when you do want to get the blood flowing, be sure to head for the whitewater rapids on the river for some rafting!

14. Fort Portal

15 Best Places to Visit in Uganda:

  • Kampala
  • Kibale National Park
  • Ssese Islands
  • Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
  • Murchison Falls National Park
  • Entebbe
  • Queen Elizabeth National Park
  • Mount Elgon National Park
  • Mbale
  • Lake Mburo National Park
  • Mgahinga Gorilla National Park
  • Kidepo Valley National Park
  • Jinja
  • Fort Portal

Spending a city break off at Banda Island

Banda island is one of the most adventurous and safari tours for a city break off . the island is located on the shores of lake Victoria with a few hours from kasenyi landing site .

Why you should your holiday or city break off from Banda island? Banda island has a lot of interesting features so adventurous and interesting which include : sports fishing ,amazing camping sites , sailing , boat cruise , paddle boats, swimming and many amazing activities ,visit the chimpanzee sanctuary island etc.

Prices include:

  • All day game drives as per sample journey
  • Hotel/lodge accommodations during safaris
  • Transportation during safaris

Professional safari Items you  can carry

  • Cameras and  chargers
  • Light and  heavy  clothes
  • Mosquito repellants
  • Sun glasses
  • tour guides/ driver
  • All national park fees
  • All meals on the safari
  • All gaming activities specified
  • Concession and crater fees

Prices exclude

  • International flight
  • Laundry
  • Items of personal nature
  • International and local airfares
  • Accommodation before and after safari
  • Entry visas
  • Travel insurance
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Covid test
  • Anything else not included in the journey

Book with us:

EMAIL: ljktourstravel@jktourstravelulimited

CONTACT: 0787008395, 0759433668

  • WhatsApp: 0759433668, 0787008395
  • Visit the Chimp Sanctuary on Ngamba Island
  • Fishing – shore and trolling

BEST TOURISM SITES AT SSESE  ISLAND

Ssese island  is  located  on  lake  Victoria  the  largest  fresh  water  in  the  world .  the  island  is  the  84 in  grouping  with  its  unique  tourism  features. Its  approximately  51 km  from  Nakiwogo  to  Entebbe   or  via Masaka  at  Bukakata  main  ferry  inland. It’s  a 3hrs  travel  by  ferry  to  the  island  with  lots  of  interesting  adventures  to  view.

With  the  best  fresh  water  lake  and  amazing  features  Ssese  island  would  be  your  first  priority  in   your events  tours.  As per the tour guide.

Why  you  would  chose  Ssese  island  as  your  next  tour  destination?

Activities  like  sports  fishing  would  be  a  no  miss  at  Ssese island  this  is  an  amazing  activity you  would  enjoy  in  your  stay .  sports  fishing  comes  along  with  boat  cruise   to  see  your  relaxation

Ssese  island  being  and  large  island  has  a lot  of  reptiles  you  wouldn’t  find  an  any other  island  like  crocodiles etc.

With  the  beauty of  the  white  sand  beaches  it  would  be  and  awesome  place  you  would  chose  to  spend  your  time  this  summer

With  plenty  of  bird  watching,  Ssese  island  offers  you’re  a  numerous  number  of  birds  for  your  sight  like  the  flamingoes,  swimming  ducks etc.

The  pleasant  beaches  on  the  island  drive  you  to  spend  your  luxurious  honeymoon  in  kalangala  . it’s  such  an  amazing  place you  would  love  to  spend  your  holiday.

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Safari journey and routes to Mountain Rwenzori National Park

From  Kampala  via  Mubende  to  fort portal is  about  300km  and  the  tourists  can  take  up  4 hrs.  drive From Kampala  via  Masaka  Mbarara bushenyi  to  kasese is  also  about  350 km  this  is  abit  a longer  journey  and  can  take  tourists  up  6 hours’  drive

This  route  is  abit  more  existing  because  it  goes  through  lake  Mburo  national  park  to  exceptional  queen  Elizabeth national  park .  how  its  long  and  the  visitors  can  extend  for  a  trip  pause  for  a break By  air  we  can  arrange  and  use  chattered  plane  company  which  goes for  only  30  minutes  to  kasese  airstrip

How to get to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park Uganda for Gorilla Trekking

BY ROAD

Bwindi forest can be accessed from Queen Elizabeth National Park to the northern just 2 to 3 hours’ drive, from Kampala through Mbarara about 6 to 8 hours’ drive or from Kabale town to the southern just 1 to 2 hours. These roads then converge at Butogota, just 17 kilometers from the Buhoma entrance-gate. A 4×4 vehicle is needed through the rainy months. A daily bus service leaves Kampala for Butogota via Rukungiri and Kihiihi.  We recommend booking your gorilla trekking safari  with a recognized tour operator.

By Air

Travelers can choose to fly from Entebbe or from Kampala at Kajansi airfield to the up to date tarmac airstrip found at Kisoro. Additionally Planes may as well be chartered to the Savannah or the grass Kayonza airstrips.

Bwindi is actually well served by 3 airfields at Kihiihi plus Kayonza for the northern area in addition to Nyakabande found in Kisoro for people going to track mountain gorillas within the southern area (Mishaya, Noshing plus Nkuringo).

Bwindi is located in the south-western part of Uganda with approximately 7 h 35 min (463.7 Km) via Masaka Road. From Kampala .The easiest means of transport to Bwindi is by road.

Queen Elizabeth National Park (Mweya)- Kihihi-Buhoma

On your way to the park, you will pass through Ishasha and you will enjoy seeing the climbing lions along with monkeys on the road. Bwindi cover an area of about160km from Mweya and about 64km from Ishasha.

Kampala-Kabale-Kanungu-Buhoma.

The route has a tarmac highway to kabala and covers an area of about 414 km and it’s a 5-6 hour’s drive. The next route has a murram road and has about 120km. the route goes through Kanungu as well as Kanyantorogo and it takes about 4-5hours.The most convenient vehicle is A4WD.

Kampala- Ntungamo-Rukungiri-Kihihi-Buhoma.

The easiest and most convenient route is from Kampala direct to the tarmac road Rukungiri and has about 390km in addition to murram road to Buhoma.

Kampala-Kabale-Ruhija-Buhoma.

This route covers an area of about 95km2 on the murram road and its takes about 3-4hrs.The only vehicle that can pass through Ruhija is a 4WD.

Kampala-Kabale-Nkuringo.

It covers a distance of about 105kms from Kabale town and it takes about 4 hours to get to the mountainous murram road. Many tourists take up nights in Kisoro town and the remaining distance is about 80km from Kabale prior to Nkuringo. Kisoro road is a meandering 35km and takes about 1-1.5 hours. The most suitable car for this area is the 4WD.

By means of public transport, a bus set on every day from Kampala to Butogota. Thereafter a tax can be got the last 17km to Buhoma.Nkuringo has no public means and the best thing to do is to hire a vehicle from Kisoro.

Another means   of transport can be by Air; Tourists can fly from kajjansi airfield or Entebbe and land off from Kisoro airstrip. Those who may want to visit Buhoma may take on the charter planes and land off from Kayonza airstrip.

Bwindi National Park  a home to tremendous biodiversity because of two factors. First of all, its slopes stretch over a broad altitudinal range of 1447 meter to create habitats roaming from lowland forest at 1160m to unique vegetation above 2600m. This explains why Uganda gorilla safaris require some level of physical fitness.

Second, it is extremely old. Since most of Africa’s forests were destroyed during the arid conditions of the final ice age(12,000-18,000 years ago), Bwindi was among a few ‘refugia’ that remained.

As a result, as most of nowadays forests are not further than 12,000 years old, Bwindi’s vegetation has been weaving itself into tangles over 25,000 years, in the process accumulating an extensive species list. This consist of 310 species of butterfly, 200 trees, 88 moths,51 reptiles, and a tremendous 120 varieties of mammal including 10 primates. The latter are red tailed, chimpanzee, L’Hoest’s and blue monkey, black & white Columbus, baboon, as well as Bwindi’s most famous resident,
the mountain gorilla.

Bwindi is a prime location for birdwatchers. Its 350 bird species including 7 which are IUCN red data listed & 90% of all
Albertine rift endemics species that are hard or impossible to see in some other part of East Africa especially on Tanzania safari holidays. A more experienced bird
watcher can simply identify up to 100 species in a single day!

Local People

The local people near the park are mos’ and Bafumbira. Minor Batwa communities are (Pygmy!) also present. The Bwindi area holds up one of the rural population densities in Uganda with a number of 350 people.

Getting Around

The diverse trailheads of Bwindi can be accessed by vehicle. But there aren’t any roads inside the park itself that is traveled around on foot. The Bwindi is appropriately named as ‘impenetrable forest’; the paths go through thick vegetation and may be steep. Make use of walking sticks provided at the beginning of the walk.

Climate and Best Time to Visit

Bwindi is cold in the mornings and in the nights with moderate temperatures between 7⁰C and 20⁰C. Actually the coldest time in Bwindi is from June to July, while the wet seasons starts in March to May as well as from September to November experiencing a total annual rainfall of 2390mm. the Rains received in March to May are actually short. September to November receives heavier although these are long hours of gentle drizzles.

Accommodation

There is a variety of accommodation places to stay basing on which gorilla group you to track.

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest Reserve was set up in 1942 and later on renovated to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in 1992.In 1994, it was acknowledged as the world Heritage site. Rukiga is a language commonly spoke in this area and the word Bwindi in realty means Impenetrable. What makes Bwindi Impenetrable is the fact that it covers an area of about 327km2 of scrambled vegetation draped over an intensive landscape of the steep, haughty ridges as well as the slippery valleys and high. The terrain may be hard for you to manage but remember it’s what makes Africa an exciting continent. The park has a big population of gorillas. Bwindi is well known to be very cold in the morning and at night. The coolest months are usually June and July and the average temperature is about 70c-200c.When it concerns what to pack for gorilla safaris please pack warm clothes because Bwindi is so cold and receives about 2390mm of rain. It has two rain seasons, little rains are in the months of March-May and heavy rains are in the months of September as well as November. The rain in Bwindi takes long hours to stop.

3days safari tour to Queen Elizabeth National park

Queen  Elizabeth  is a vast  game  park  with  variety  of wild  animal  species  and  birds to  close  to  600 birds  it’s  with  a  compositions  of  large  hippo,  nice  and  good  looking  kobs  commonly  seen  in  most  of  Uganda  tourism  parks. Tracing  on  the  shadows  of  mountain Rwenzori   is  an  isolated  sector  in  ishasha  with  popularly  known  climbing  lions,  the  beautiful  maramagambo  forest   a habitat  to  most  attractive wild life  game. With  thousands  of  beautiful  pink  flamingoes  and  Kyambura  Uganda’s  chimpanzee  habitat.

DAY ONE : KAMPALA  TO  QUEEN  ELIZABETH  NATIONAL  PARK

Early  morning  breakfast  will  be  served  from  your  respective  lodge before   we  embark  onto  the  travel. With a tour guide  you  will  be  briefed about  the  tours.  We  shall  drive  to  the  equator ,take  some  photos and  support  local  culture.

We shall  break  off  for  lunch  at Agip  Motel as we  proceed  to  queen  Elizabeth  national .  we  shall  have  and  evening  breathiness  taking  with  the  beautiful  sceneries  like: long horned  cattle ,beautiful  tea plantations, the  escarpment  of  the  rift valley and  the  amazing  woodland. We  shall  have  an  evening  drive  to  the escarpments  as  we  head  to  Ihamba safari  lodge or  Mweya  safari  lodge  for  lunch  and  dinner

DAY TWO SAFARI IN QUEEN ELIZABETH

 Early  morning  breakfast  will  be  served  from  your  respective  lodge,  shall  engage in  an  early  morning  game  drive  where  we  shall  see plenty  of  animals  like  lions,  elephants,  waterbucks,  warthog, . after  we  shall  return  for  lunch  and  have  of  relaxation  .  we  shall  have  a  boat  cruise  at  the  Kazinga  channel  . where  we  shall  see  the  several  animals  like: Hippos ,kobs ,buffaloes and  others after  we  shall  drive  to  either Ihamba safari  lodge or  Mweya  safari  lodge  for  lunch  and  dinner

DAY THREE FROM QUEEN ELIZABETH TO ENTEBBE We  shall  have  an  early morning breakfast the  drive  to  Igongo  cultural  site after  seeing  the  historical of  the  Ankole people , look  at  the  traditions  of  the  Ankole  people . we  shall  .head  to  splendid  kingfisher 

Prices include:

  • All day game drives as per sample journey
  • Hotel/lodge accommodations during safaris
  • Transportation during safaris

Professional safari Items you  can carry

  • Cameras and  chargers
  • Light and  heavy  clothes
  • Mosquito repellants
  • Sun glasses
  • tour guides/ driver
  • All national park fees
  • All meals on the safari
  • All gaming activities specified
  • Concession and crater fees

Prices exclude

  • International flight
  • Laundry
  • Items of personal nature
  • International and local airfares
  • Accommodation before and after safari
  • Entry visas
  • Travel insurance
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Covid test
  • Anything else not included in the journey

Book with us:

EMAIL: ljktourstravel@jktourstravelulimited

CONTACT: 0787008395, 0759433668

WhatsApp: 0759433668, 0787008395

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2 DAYS  TEAM BUILDING AT LIVING WATERS RESORT 

Living  water  resort  is  a hotel  offering  quality  a accommodation in  Jinja Uganda’s most  adventurous  town. With  help  of  team  building  the  hotel  in  partnership  with  JK  Tours  and  Travels  offer  a number  of  services  like  free  wifi , cool  terrace  garden  for  meetings.

The  resort  is  located 200m  from  Speke  memorial  or  three  minutes’ walk   off  the  source  the Nile

The units in the hotel are equipped with a kettle. Living Waters Resort provides certain rooms with lake views, and each room is equipped with a balcony. All rooms feature a wardrobe.

A continental breakfast is served every morning at the property. Guests can also enjoy meals at the family-friendly restaurant onsite.

The accommodation offers a children’s playground. Guests can rent bicycles at the property to tour the area or make use of the car hire services.

One of the nearest attractions to the property is Ripon Falls located 8 km from the property.

            For booking and inquiries about our affordable Uganda honeymoon packages, send us          an email via ljktourstravel@jktourstravelulimited  simply Call/WhatsApp us on +256759433668

CITY BREAKS AT ITANDA FALLS ,NIGHT AT JINJA SAFARI  JODGE

Itanda  falls  is  situated in  Eastern  Uganda  along  the  Nile  river  ,  the  waterfalls  is  situated  in  are  approximately  30 kilometers  off  the  Jinja  and  its  a 45 minutes  clean  drive  to  reach  the  premise. With  lots  of  interesting  activities  you  would  probably  find  a  comfortable  zone  with  your  family  for  city  break

Itanda  falls  is  an adventurous  place  to  Emergine  with  looks  of  activities  like  evening  nyama  choma, camp fire ,biking ,hiking, horse  riding  ,birding ,fishing  sailing  and  water  rafting at  affordable  packages  JK Tours  and  Travels  would love  to  master  you  trek  with  us  in  you  city  break  out.

Services  to  be  provided  to you  at  the  Itanda  falls  like  the  luxurious  accommodation,  WIFI, music  and  all  days  cool  meals.

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3DAYS TOUR TO THE SOUR CE OF THE NILE

The  source  of  the  Nile  is  located  in  Jinja  Uganda’s  most  adventurous  town.  The source  of  the  Nile  has a lot  of  activities  that  are  interesting  to  see  and  enjoy  the  nature  experience  gifted. We  shall  still  visit Mabira forest  one  of  the  most  celebrated tropical  rain forests  in  the  eastern Uganda  along  the  Jinja  high  way with  its  unique  nature  a lot  of  activities  are  carried and  adventurous  to share  experience.

DAY 1 VISITING MABIRA FOREST.

As  we  prepare  for  the  tour  a  guide  from  JK tours  and  travel  will  brief  you  about  how  the  tour  is  going  to  be  carried  out.  We  shall  drive  to  Mabira  forest  before  shall  pass  by  Namawojola  trading  center  and  buy  some  local  commodities like  yellow  bananas,  mangoes, passion  fruits,  oranges  and  roasted  chicken  as  we  proceed.  We shall  have  a receive   a  tour guide  from  the  Uganda  wildlife  authority to  guide  is  through  the  forest. We  shall  have  a  game  drive  to  see enjoy  the  nature  of  the  forest. We  shall  see huge mahogany trees like warbughia ,mililia exclesa, cordia milleni  Uganda’s  most  medicine  tree  species

We  shall have  a break  for  lunch  from  our  packed  food staff  after  which  we  shall  have  a game  walk  to  discover  the  various  flora  and  fauna  species  ,  look  at  the  various reptiles  and  aquatic  life  in  the  forest  like  cobra,  pythons,   also  some  river streams  that  originate  from  the  tropical  forest. Shall  drive  to  Jinja  for  dinner  and  overnight  at  Igar  hotel

DAY 2 visit to the source of the Nile.

Morning  breakfast  will  the  served  at  the  hotel  before  our  departure  to  the  source  of  the  Nile  located  in  Jinja.  Upon  reaching  the  source  we  shall  be  offered  a  tour  guide  who  will be  guiding  us  in  the  safari.  We  shall  walk  as  we  see  adventurous  thing  the   Mahati  Magandi  statue, origin  of  the  Nile,  look  at the  snake  park

We  shall  break off  for  lunch  after we  shall  go  for  boat cruise to  have  the  experience of  the  Nile do  water  rafting  on  the  Nile, horse riding, bungee  jumping  and  fishing  from  the Nile.

DAY 3 Departure to our destination.

We  shall  have  and  evening  relaxation  at  the  source  of  the  Nile  enjoy  camp  fire in the  night  speed  a night  and  dinner  at Pacific Cottages and Guest House then  depart to our  destinations in  the  morning.

Items you can carry

  • Cameras and  chargers
  • Light and  heavy  clothes
  • Mosquito repellants
  • Sun glasses

Prices include:                  

  • All day game drives as per sample journey
  • Hotel/lodge accommodations during safaris
  • Transportation during safaris
  • Professional safari tour guides/ driver
  • All national park fees
  • All meals on the safari
  • All gaming activities specified
  • Concession and crater fees

Prices exclude

  • International flight
  • Laundry
  • Items of personal nature
  • International and local airfares
  • Accommodation before and after safari
  • Entry visas
  • Travel insurance
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Covid test
  • Anything else not included in the journey

Book with us:

EMAIL: ljktourstravel@jktourstravelulimited

CONTACT: 0787008395, 0759433668

WhatsApp: 0759433668, 0787008395

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4 DAYS SAFARI TO MURCHISION ON FALLS IN UGANDA.

giraffe in the national park

The  4 day  tour  to  Murchison  falls  is  quite  an  amazing  feature the  park  is  located on  the  shores  of  lake  albert  in  north  west  Uganda. Murchison  falls  is  lake  victoria’s  narrow  gap  where  majority  of  the  animals  are located  including elephants and  hippos. There are chimpanzees in the  Kaniyo Pabidi mahogany forest .lake  albert  is  a rare  shoebill  storks  for  game  fishing  around  karuma  falls

Day 1 pickup and drive to Murchison falls.

An  agent  of  JK  tours  and  travel  will  pick  you  from  your  respective  lodge  and  brief  you  about  the  safari  to  the  falls You  will  be  driven  Murchison  falls located  in  north west Uganda.

Long  the  travel  we  shall  stop  in  small  trading  center  to  buy  some  commodities  from  the  natives  of  the  place  for  example; maize,  oranges ,  water melons,  jackfruits , mangoes,  pineapples,  yellow  bananas  as  we  proceed  to  the  travel.  Still  on the travel  we  shall  proceed  to  luwero  district  and  later  to  Masindi  where  we  shall  stop  for  rhino  trekking at  Ziwa  rhino  sanctuary. We  shall  be  able  to  see  several  Rhino  graze  and take  some photographs

We  shall  for  a  while  proceed  to  the  long  waited  Murchison falls  national  park  to  have  the  glance from  the  top  to  enjoy  the  beauty  and  cool  winds  of  the geographical  sphere. After  all  this  we  shall  embark  on  a ferry  to  Heritage  safari  lodge for  dinner  and  sleep  overnight

Along  the  game  drive  you  will be  able  to  see  lots  of  interesting  features  for example  the  ancient  Arabica  coffee, amazing culture  about  the  Gishu  tribe, various bird species, sports  fishing. You  will  be  driven  back  to  you  lodge  for  lunch,  dinner  and  overnight at Sippi  falls  lodge.

Day2. Murchison falls game drive.

You will have you first morning breakfast from the lodge. We shall  participate  an  early  game  drive  to  offer  the  beautiful  view  of  several  wild animals  with  in  the  park  for  example: lions ,cheaters,  leopards ,  elephants, monkeys ,baboons ,warthogs ,kobs etc. after  shall  be  driven back  to the  lodge  for  lunch  because  it  seems  tiresome  to  spend  all  day  drive.

After lunch  we  shall  embark  on  boat  cruise  around  Murchison  falls to have  relaxation  mood  as  we  are  viewing  animals  like :hippos,  elephants ,buffaloes, shoebills  at the  shoes  of  Murchison falls park .  it’s  such  an  epic  feel  of  life  to  see  the  beauty  of  the  pearl  of  Africa. We  shall  still  have  to  go  for  hiking  but  u  need  to  be  strong  enough .  after all  this  days  tour  we  shall  be  driven  back  to the  hotel  at  Heritage  safari  lodge for  banquet  and  overnight.

Day 3 chimpanzee trekking at Budongo forest

You  will  be  served  early  morning  breakfast  from  your  respective lodges,  the  you  will  be  packed  lunch  on  your  way  to  Budongo  forest  where  you  will  be  doing  the  chimpanzee  trekking . the  tour  guide  will  direct you  to  the  Uganda  wild life offices  where  guidelines  will  be  provides  .  after  a  game  ranger  will  guide  you  about  the  how  the  trekking  will  go .  you  will  spend  at least  an  hour  with  the  animals after  which  you  will  report  back  to the  office. 

You driver will drive you back to  your  respective  lodge .  you  will  have  dinner  and  sleep over  at  Heritage  safari  lodge for  banquet 

Day 4 Drive back to Kampala

You will  have  early  morning  breakfast ,  have  a game  drive  as  you  prepare  for  the  ferry , shall  do  some  chimpanzee  trekking  if  not  crossed after  you  proceed  to  Kampala.

You  will  have  lunch  in  Masindi  or  luwero  after  shall  proceed  to  either  airport  or  Kampala  for  city  viewing

Items you  can carry

  • Cameras and  chargers
  • Light and  heavy  clothes
  • Mosquito repellants
  • Sun glasses

Prices include:

  • All day game drives as per sample journey
  • Hotel/lodge accommodations during safaris
  • Transportation during safaris
  • Professional safari tour guides/ driver
  • All national park fees
  • All meals on the safari
  • All gaming activities specified
  • Concession and crater fees

Prices exclude

  • International flight
  • Laundry
  • Items of personal nature
  • International and local airfares
  • Accommodation before and after safari
  • Entry visas
  • Travel insurance
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Covid test
  • Anything else not included in the journey

Book with us:

EMAIL: ljktourstravel@jktourstravelulimited

CONTACT: 0787008395, 0759433668

WhatsApp: 0759433668, 0787008395

.

BEST TOURISM SITES AT SSESE  ISLAND

why not chose a trip of your dream with jk

JK TOURS & TRAVEL

Ssese island  is  located  on  lake  Victoria  the  largest  fresh  water  in  the  world .  the  island  is  the  84 in  grouping  with  its  unique  tourism  features. Its  approximately  51 km  from  Nakiwogo  to  Entebbe   or  via Masaka  at  Bukakata  main  ferry  inland. It’s  a 3hrs  travel  by  ferry  to  the  island  with  lots  of  interesting  adventures  to  view.

With the best fresh water lake and amazing features Ssese island would be your first priority in your events tours. As per the tour guide.

Why  you  would  chose  Ssese  island  as  your  next  tour  destination?

Activities  like  sports  fishing  would  be  a  no  miss  at  Ssese island  this  is  an  amazing  activity you  would  enjoy  in  your  stay .  sports  fishing  comes  along  with  boat  cruise   to  see  your  relaxation

Ssese island being and large island has a lot of reptiles you wouldn’t find an any other island like crocodiles…

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