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Uganda Adrenaline & Safari Adventure


There is so much to experience on this exciting journey through Uganda. Prepare to experience high-octane activities in stunning locations, as well as view some of Uganda’s iconic wildlife on this thrilling adventure & safari.

This exciting trip lets you experience adrenaline filled activities, exceptional scenery and stunning wildlife. You’ll visit some of the country’s most spectacular sites, including one of its biggest natural forest. Experience high adrenaline activities, such as white-water rafting, zip-lining and mountain biking. Explore rich and varied habitats and encounter some of Uganda’s finest wildlife along the way. Enjoy a game drive and a guided nature walk to track the endangered southern white rhino. During this Uganda Adrenaline & Safari Adventure you will also have a chance to soak it all in and relax on a sunset cruise on River Nile – the world’s longest river.



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  • Driving across spectacular scenery of Uganda
  • Spending an exhilarating day on the River Nile white-water rafting
  • Enjoying the best wildlife viewing and a boat ride to the spectacular falls
  • Visiting Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, the only place in Uganda where you can track rhinos
  • Meeting fascinating locals and sampling wonderful local cuisine
  • Riding quad bikes through villages and rural areas near Jinja

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Day 1: Evening arrival at Entebbe

Day 2: Visit the source of the Nile. Quad biking

Day 3: White water rafting and kayaking on the Nile. Sunset cruise

Day 4: Zip-lining and mountain biking in Mabira

Day 5: Rhino tracking and nature walk at Ziwa sanctuary. Proceed to Masindi

Day 6: Travel to Murchison Falls National Park and take a boat ride to the bottom of the falls

Day 7: Game drive and travel to Kampala via the escarpment in the afternoon

Day 8: Visit the Entebbe crafts village. Have lunch before your evening flight home

Day 1: Arrival and Transfer to Kampala

Your Uganda adventure begins! Arrive at Entebbe International Airport, where you will be met by your guide. Transfer to Kampala, around 1 hour’s drive away. Kampala is Uganda’s national and commercial capital bordering Lake Victoria, Africa’s largest lake.

Get settled and enjoy dinner.

Overnight: Cassia Lodge (or similar) – Kampala

Meal Plan: D (depending on time of arrival) 

Day 2: Boat ride on the Nile and Quad Biking

Enjoy the scenic 2-hour drive to Jinja before taking a short boat ride to the Source of the River Nile. After lunch in town, you head out for a quad biking adventure. Explore the warm heart of Uganda, riding passed villages, farm land and along the banks of the beautiful River Nile.

Accommodation:  The Haven (or similar) – Jinja

Meal Plan: B, L, D

Day 3: Whitewater Rafting (or Kayaking) + Sunset cruise.

Spend a full day on the river; you’ll have the chance to challenge yourself with grade 5 rapids, but there are calmer waters to enjoy if you prefer. All activities are led by expert guides and meet the highest international safety standards. Finally, relax and share stories of the day on a fun-filled sunset boat cruise.

Accommodation: The Haven (or similar) – Jinja

Meal Plan: B, L, D

Day 4: Zip-Lining and Mountain Biking in Mabira Forest

Travel to Mabira, about an hour away, for a mountain biking safari in the forest, watched by the resident primates and birds. After lunch at Griffin Falls camp, have fun on the Super Skyway canopy zip-line system, set in the lush canopy of this tropical rainforest. Return to Kampala and relax.

Accommodation:  Cassia Lodge (or similar) – Kampala

Meal Plan: B, L, D

Day 5: Rhino Sanctuary + Transfer to Masindi

Drive to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, 3 hours away, for rhino-tracking with your guide on foot, in the bush. After lunch, continue to Masindi where later you will visit the mango farm to experience a self-sufficient lifestyle. Tour the gardens and see how juice and wine are made and enjoy a community walk.

Accommodation: Kabalega Resort Hotel (or similar) – Masindi

Meal Plan: B, L, D

Day 6: Travel to Murchison Falls National Park – Boat Cruise to the Waterfalls

After breakfast, enjoy the scenic journey to Murchison Falls National Park, 2 to 3 hours away. Enjoy lunch overlooking the Nile and then take a relaxing boat trip to the bottom of the falls where you can see the wildlife on the river banks as you pass. Alight at the falls and hike to the top for breath-taking views across the park.

Accommodation: Pakuba Safari Lodge (or similar) – Murchison Falls National Park

Meal Plan: B, L, D

Day 7: Game Drive and Return to Kampala

Take a dawn game drive to see early risers like the elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo, giraffe, hippo, various antelopes and many bird species. Return to Kampala via the Albertine Rift valley escarpment for stunning views to Congo. This will be a late arrival in Kampala depending on the traffic towards the city.

Accommodation:  Urban City Blue(or similar) – Kampala

Meal Plan: B, L, D

Day 8: Drive to Entebbe, Shopping and Departure

After a leisurely start to your day, transfer to Entebbe where you can do some craft shopping and hang out at the beach on the shores of Lake Victoria before your guide drops you at the airport for your flight home.

Meal Plan: B, L

Please note: all timings and routings are approximate and subject to change at short notice.

***Options to add gorilla trekking in Uganda before or after this trip

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Cassia Lodge (or similar) – Kampala

The Haven (or similar) – Jinja

Kabalega Resort Hotel (or similar) – Masindi

Pakuba Safari Lodge (or similar) – Murchison Falls National Park

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7 nights mid-range accommodation in double/twin rooms

Full board (all meals)

Private 4×4 safari land cruiser vehicle with an English speaking driver guide and fuel for this itinerary

All entrance and other fees for the activities included in the itinerary

Mineral water in transit

All government taxes


International flights (can be arranged through us
Mandatory travel medical insurance and optional cancellation insurance (can be arranged through us
Services not specified, meals not specified
Alcoholic beverages, other beverages
Items of a personal nature
Tips for housekeeping staff, servers, guides, etc
Departure taxes (domestic and international if applicable)
Passport, visa, or vaccination fees

– Though we will do our best to follow this itinerary as closely as possible, it is subject to change due to factors beyond our control[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Important Info” tab_id=”1449289392103-be095264-cb20″][vc_column_text]PLEASE NOTE: This itinerary is subject to change. Although we always do our best to stick to the itinerary, due to the ever changing nature of Uganda, activities, restaurants, hotels, campsites, and visits are subject to change due to forces beyond our control.

PASSPORTS: Must be valid for at least 6 months upon return date to your home country. Proper documentation is the responsibility of each traveller.


Uganda is an incredible country to visit but please remember that we are in Africa and that not all standards are the same as you would get in Canada or other first world countries. To the majority of our clients, that is part of the appeal of travelling to destinations such as ours. If you are not comfortable with new challenges then you may wish to consider other companies or destinations.

Safety: As with every destination safety tips needs to be adhered to; we strongly recommend you use a safe in a hotel/lodge or lock up your valuables when you are not in the room; when in a vehicle do not leave valuables on display but tucked away and out of sight. It is also better to have copies of passports, money; cards etc split between travellers so if anything unexpected happens and a bag is lost or stolen then other funds/cards are available, you may also wish to consider using a money belt/neck wallet. We suggest you leave valuable jewellery at home – you won’t need it while travelling. A padlock for your luggage is also recommended.

Dietary: We can assist with booking of various dietary requirements or food allergies but we appreciate your details when you book with us and we will advise the appropriate lodges. Please be aware that the choice and options may not be as great as your home country.

Climate: The African sun is very strong. Please use a factor 30 sunscreen and wear a hat. You should drink at least 2-3 litres of water per day to avoid dehydration.

Insurance: It is essential that you purchase comprehensive personal travel insurance before you embark on your holiday, medical insurance is insufficient. Travel insurance is for your own protection and should include evacuation; we also recommend full cover for baggage loss, Covid-19, etc and consider it to be an essential part of modern international travel. Contact for insurance.

If you have credit card insurance – please contact your bank for these details prior to arriving in-country. If you are uncertain whether this is enough please contact us when you book to ensure you have adequate cover

Visas: The onus is on the client to organize all visas required for clients prior to departure. Please ensure that your passport is valid for at least six months after your scheduled departure date country of travel and has sufficient empty pages. If this is not the case, there is a danger of being turned away by the Immigration Service on arrival at the airport – assuming your airline has agreed to bring you and risk a fine in the first place. Finisterra Travel cannot be held liable for any necessary visas or other travel documents not held by the clients. Please also note that if your passport requires a visa for the countries you visit and multiple entries if necessary, you will need to carry your passport with you during the trip

Responsible Tourism: When we put together an itinerary for you, our aim is to try to ensure you have the experience of a lifetime, we strongly believe in low impact or positive impact tourism. Furthermore, our responsibility to the country/ies you visit and the environment is to try our best to ensure that all benefit – whether that is a small, local operator, local community or conservation programme.

Pre and Post Tour Accommodation: If you require accommodation before or after your tour we can arrange this for you[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Pricing & Dates” tab_id=”1449223591510-29ce0fb2-4171″][vc_column_text]Date: CUSTOM DEPARTURES

This trip can be customized to best suit your needs. Car and hotel upgrades available upon request.

Prices to change with additional people.