Day 1: Kampala-Mukono

Early morning breakfast from your hotel of residence, after our English professional guide will pick you and transfer to Mukono town, visit to Dindo hill the home of Buganda’s first man-Kato Kintu Kakulukuku in early 14th Century was the first Kabaka (king) of the Kingdom of Buganda. Kato Kintu is not to be confused with Kintu, the first person on the earth according to Buganda legend. Kato Kintu gave himself the name Kintu, a name that he knew the Baganda associated with the father of all people. Claim to the throne-Kintu created the kingdom of Buganda by forcefully taking over the five (5) clans that lived in the region. To signify his victory over a clan, he would sleep in the conquered leader’s home; tradition says that Buganda was the name of the first house that he slept in after his victory over Bemba and his tribe. Buganda was later used to refer to the entire area he subdued. Marital life-Kabaka Kintu was married to Nambi Nantuttululu, his chief wife, daughter of Bakazirwendo, of the Ngeye clan. Offspring-He is reported to have fathered the following offspring: Prince (Omulangira) Lukedi, Chief of Bukedi, Prince (Omulangira) Mulanga Kimera, a great hunter who worked iron and introduced the Baganda to eat meat, Kabaka Chwa I Nabakka, Kabaka of Buganda, who reigned in the mid 14th century and Princess (Omumbejja) Nang’oma, Chiefess of Buluuli. Some sources allege that he also fathered: Prince (Omulangira) Winyi, Chief of Kibulala (allegedly Winyi I, Omukama of Bunyoro-Kitara). Prince Winyi married Lady Wannyana, his chief wife, sister of Balitema Kajubi, Chief of Kasujju, Muhima. Together they had two children: (a) Princess (Omumbejja) Musenyu, Chiefess of Kyeeya; the eldest child and (b) Prince (Omulangira) Ntembe, Chief of Busoga. However, other credible sources state that Chwamale Winyi of Kibulala was the elder twin brother of Kato Kintu. Kabaka Kato Kintu died at the age of thirty (30) years. He was buried at Nnono. The experience will experienced with the view of Kintu’s footprint “this imprint on the rocks near Kintu’s palace is believed to be that of the first Muganda”, pot of request and Nambi’s flat iron “Kintu’s wife was not without her luxuries and one of them was a flat iron and this imprint is proof of its experience”. Then visit Nabitimba cultural site-Repository for some of Buganda’s Cultural Drums, visit to another cultural site Mukono “Muggulu”. Thereafter have your lunch at Collines hotel, Mukono resort hotel or patron hotel. Afternoon drive to Ssezibwa falls and we shall spend our evening at this site experience all activities of interest like bird watching, nature walk, mountain climbing, canoeing and also the legendry tale of this river. Dinner and overnight at Rain forest lodge or Mabira forest campsite, Bandas. Meal plan: Half-Board.

Day 2: Mabira forest-Jinja

Early morning breakfast, after enter into the historical cultural forest to spot the rare bird species like the Nathan birdlife and the other primates, enjoy the green vegetation canopy that the forest offers. Thereafter around 9:30am drive to Jinja to catch up your white water rafting experience that starts at 10:00am and at this adventure expect to experience life time memories. Return to lodge for lunch, after take another bungee jumping adventure experience which is so awesome alongside the river Nile. Evening visit the source of the Nile as your end of relax today. Return to lodge for dinner and overnight or camping along the river is also awesome. Meal plan: Full-Board

Day 3: Jinja-Kampala

Today after our African breakfast, we shall take another interesting kayaking experience along the river and this adventure is much covered with the spot of wildlife, birds and other interest along the river. It is always awesome due to experts provided to ease your trip. Return to lodge for lunch and after relax as you prepare to take your drive back to Kampala. End of service. Meal plan: Half-Board.

The safari package includes:

  • Transportation by a 4wd vehicle
  • Accommodation and meals as per itinerary
  • Entrance fees
  • Driver/guide.
  • En-route lunches
  • Visit cultural sites
  • Bird watching
  • Bungee jumping and rafting
  • Kayaking
  • Airport transfers.

The package excludes:

Expenses of personal nature like: Visa, drinks, laundry, tips to local guides, telephone, personal insurance and cigarretes.