Uganda, and especially Jinja, is one of the best places to go rafting, as there are a great many rapids. Wearing a life suit is very important, as the raft regularly flips over and a life suit makes it easier to pull you out of the raging water.
Gorilla and chimpanzee tracking
The wild population of Highland gorillas makes Uganda a well-known place for gorilla tracking. Of the 340 gorillas, four families are visited by tourists – maybe even by you?
There are multiple parks with a huge abundance of bird species, which makes Uganda a fantastic place for bird-watching.
Mount Elgon provides a beautiful backdrop for hiking and climbing with its large surface area of 4000 square kilometres. The Rwenzori Mountains, with snow and ice, are known for their challenging hiking and climbing.