Uganda Waterfalls

Uganda Waterfalls are some of the worlds most amazing, with beautiful, breath taking sceneries.

Bujagali Falls

The Nile starts its journey from Lake Victoria towards the Mediterranean Sea. Along its path, there are several waterfalls that offer mind blowing view and are famous for water sports.

Uganda Waterfalls - Bujagali FallsBujagali is more a series of large rapids than a conventional waterfall, and remains one of Ugandas outstanding natural beauty spots, very popular with locals on weekends.

This is one of East Africas more laid-back locations and it has been world renown for thrilling Class V Rapids attracting adrenaline junkies looking to run them.

White water rafting remains the most popular adventure activity.

The safety standards are high no wonder Lonely Planet calls it the best White Water Rafting in the World.Uganda Waterfalls

Although a hydro power dam has been built, which undoubtedly submerged the upper water falls, water rafting activities have been moved further down the river, still offering a thrilling experience.

Other activities available here include Kayaking, Sport Fishing, Bungee Jumping, All Terrain Vehicle Safari adventures along the Nile and Horseback Riding.

Most of our packages include a visit to Bujagali falls due to its proximity to the City and because we don’t want our visitors to miss out on an exhilarating adventure.

Sipi Falls

Uganda Waterfalls - Sipi FallsSipi Falls is a series of three waterfalls in Eastern Uganda in the district of Kapchorwa, northeast of Sironko and about 55km north of Mbale.

The waterfalls lie on the edge of Mount Elgon National Park near the Kenyan border and are arguably the most beautiful waterfalls in all of Uganda.

Access to the Sipi Falls is now much more accessible through one of the best roads in the country, linking it to Mbale.

The falls are spectacular and views of Mt Elgon above them, as well as the wide plains of eastern and northern Uganda disappearing into the distance below, are excellent.

Activities here may include but not limited to;

Day Hikes: Day hikes in Mt Elgon National Park are an increasingly popular option. A full day hike will take you through thick jungle and bamboo forests to Tutum caves. These hikes are organised with the Uganda Wildlife Authority.

Climbing on nearby crags can be arranged, as can abseil descents of the main Sipi Falls.

Trekking: The Mt Elgon region is without a doubt one of the greatest places for trekking in East Africa and Sipi Falls is the ideal location to base yourself. Short hikes in and around the local area can be arranged to see the plethora of waterfalls, breathtaking landscape and abundant birdlife. These walks can take anywhere between 1 to 4 hours, depending on routes taken

Bird Watching: Within the grounds of Sipi River Lodge, several species of bird have been identified.

Mountain Bike Race: Sipi River Lodge arranges annual mountain bike race up in Sipi Falls.