Sipi Falls Trip

Sipi Falls Trip

Activities:  Sightseeing of the Sipi falls, guided nature walk through Mt. Elgon, Visit caves,  village walk, Visit to the source of the Nile in Jinja.


Day 1: Sipi Falls  – Mt ELgon
Meet and greet with the guide who will brief you about the trip, then set off to Eastern Uganda for the Re-known Mountain Elgon /Sipi falls. Sipi is a popular place because the river Sipi rises on the foothills of the Mountain Elgon, forming about four beautiful waterfalls. Our lunch will be served a the lodge. After lunch we will  take a walk to the Top of the Sipi falls for the breathtaking view. Return to the Lodge for dinner & overnight. Full board

Day 2: Visit the Caves- Mt Elgon
Our breakfast at the lodge on the slopes of Mountain Elgon, with our ranger,  we will take a short  hike to explore the 100 metres deep caves which are rich in salt and mineral deposit, we will hike further  upstream to the smaller falls for another breathtaking view and lots of sightseeing. After lunch we will take on another walk but this time to the local communities, you will visit Arabic coffee fields, you will be shown how the Arabic coffee is processed locally, and many other engagements, After a thorough interaction with the local people we will return to the lodge for dinner & overnight. Fullboard

Day 3: Visit the source of the Nile – Kampala
We will have our last breakfast on  Elgon we will the drive to Jinja to visit the source of the Nile and take a boat trip on the River Nile’s source, our Lunch will be served at the source of the Nile then proceed to Kampala with another stopover at Sezibwa Falls for sightseeing and exciting nature walk to the top of the falls. We will proceed to Kampala arriving in the evening. We may drive you to your hotel or at the Airport. This will be the end of this exciting Sipi falls trip

Includes & Excludes on this sipi falls trip

Vehicle Hire and fuel, all      entrance fees, Full      time English speaking Safari guide and his expenses, Accommodation and meal, All      activities, But it      excludes; items of personal nature like tipping of staff, laundry and      beers.