Jinja Attractions


Jinja town is regarded as the Adventure Capital of East Africa and rightly so because of the wide range of tourist activities to enjoy when on holiday or tour in Jinja. Whether you want to relax or prefer to induldge in land and adventure water sports, Jinja has got somethings for all types of travelers including adventure seekers, students, leisure and business travelers. The River Nile (world’s longest river) offers opportunities to experience all kinds of interesting water sports with most popular activities being white water rafting and Source of the Nile tour. Other things to do in Jinja include Nile kayaking, Bungee jumping, community walks, quad biking, jet boating, horseback riding, cycling among others.

Not decided on what to do in Jinja, Let us help you create an itinerary including your prefered activity(s)combined with guided tour around Jinja or game viewing in Murchison falls or Lake Mburo park. Contact us today through info@jinjatours.comor call us on 256-701367970 for all your tourist information about Jinja.

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Source of the Nile

The Nile is a long river flowing northwards regarded as the world’s longest river measuring 4258 miles shared by eleven countries on the eastern side of the African.

Bujagali Falls

Murchison falls tour uganda

Bujagali falls was a popular waterfall in Jinja where the River nile begins its journey from Lake Victoria and some consider this point as the real source of the Nile.

Jinja Sailing Club

Kidepo Valley Cheetahs

Jinja Sailing club is one of Jinja’s plushest restaurants and bar strategically located on the shores of Lake Victoria; Africa’s largest lake.

Wako Zibondo’s Palace

Mountain gorillas

Situated in Kaliro district in East Uganda is the palace of Ezekieri Wako Zibondo IX , one of the most powerful Kings of Busoga Kingdom.

Mbulamuti landing site

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The Mbulamuti landing site is located on River Nile about 30 kilometers from Kamuli town, south of the Namasagali Pier.

Namasagali Pier

Jinja nile rafting tour

The Pier was built by the British colonial government as part of the infrastructure intended to facilitate movement of cotton and coffee produce from rural areas of Busoga region to Jinja town for processing or export.

Kagulu Hills

Kagulu Hill

Kagulu hills are located 64 Kilometers north of Kamuli town.  The hills and caves are believed to be the home of the ancestral spirits of the Busoga Kings.

Buguge Historical Site


Bugonza Martyrs Shrine