Have early morning breakfast and set off for Eastern Uganda at the Napoleon Gulf. Here you will treat your eyes to the spot where the world’s longest River Nile begins its journey to Egypt. Originally starting out as a thunderous Ripon Waterfall, this rather quiet spot has been visited by literally every world leader to Uganda and most of the influential people you may know of, including Mahatma Gandhi of India – you will have the opportunity to stand exactly where John Speke, the first European to see the spot, stood in 1862.
From the source of the Nile, we shall pay a visit to the office of the first tour operator in Uganda, many centuries ago, who navigated the brutal Nile waters to sail visitors from the East to central Uganda. You will also enjoy the sight of the spot where the notorious King Kabalega of Bunyoro, a man who fiercely resisted British colonialism died from, on his way from exile. Your eyes will see the stones that supported his death-nest. After lunch, you will visit the beautiful Busowokwo and Itanda Rapids on the Nile where you will see young men swimming through the roaring waters on a mere water can. If you like and are daring enough, both white water rafting and bungee jumping can be organised for you. Quad biking and jet boating are also adrenaline testing activities. Return to hotel for overnight stay.