The Sipi Falls are a series of three waterfalls found in eastern Uganda. The location of the falls is the beginning of many hikes up Mount Elgon. A trip to the intriguing falls offers you the opportunity to embark on a hike to Wagagai – the summit of Mount Elgon. While exploring the falls, you will enjoy a splendid view across Lake Kyoga, the Karamoja plains and the slopes of Mount Elgon.
Day 1: Drive to Sipi falls
Drive to Sipi falls – embark on a guided village walk stop at Sipi Falls, Mbale, Eastern RegionThis safari begins when you embark on a drive to eastern Uganda, to Kapchorwa district where the Sipi falls are found. You will cross the Nile and vast areas of farmland. You will arrive at the falls just in time to go for a guided village walk. You will explore the coffee plantations and see how Arabica coffee is locally grown and processed. Accommodation included-Sipi river lodge or sipi falls lodge or Rafiki lodge sipi or Noah’s Ark Resort. Meal plan-Lunch and Dinner.
Day 2: Explore the Sipi falls
Explore the Sipi falls – hike to Mount ElgonStop At: Sipi Falls, Kapchorwa, Eastern Region
You will encounter the Sipi falls – a series of three raging waterfalls. After exploring the falls, you will go for a hike up Mount Elgon. The most common route starts in Budadiri and continues via the Sasa trail to the summit, and then descends down the Sipi trail back to the Sipi falls. Hikes around the falls offer breath-taking views across Lake Kyoga, the Karamoja plains and the slopes of Mount Elgon. Meal plan-Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
Day 3: Drive back to Kampala
You will set out on a drive back to Kampala. You will visit river Nile and Mabira forest en-route. The safari will end when your guide drops you at a location of your choice in the capital. Meal plan-Breakfast and Lunch
Activity fees mentioned in the itinerary
Transport and fuel(4×4)
Meals as mentioned per day
English speaking guide
Driver and guide fees
Safe bottled water
Anything not mentioned in the includes
Cost of Safari
The cost of this safari will vary depending on date of travel, type of accommodation, transport mode and number of people on the safari.