White water rafting on the Nile River in Uganda, is considered to be amongst the best water activity in the world, with routes full of variety, from quiet pools and forested islands to thunderous rapids and drops. The River Nile includes several grade rapids to navigate, with evocative. While most travelers who come to Uganda for the chance of trekking gorillas, chimpanzees and wildlife safaris. White water rafting is one of other activity often ends up being a surprise highlight, white water rafting on the river Nile. Even first-time rafters report that spending a half or full day paddling and plunging down the river, crashing through deep rapids or gliding over silky green sections of calm water, is exhilarating. A riverside barbecue half way through or at the end rounds off the experience, and in fact the whole experience of rafting rounds out a trip to Uganda, too, complementing the awesomeness of hanging out with gorillas with the adrenaline of plunging down the longest river in the world.
There are no hippos on the stretch of the river Nile where rafting takes place, and as crocs don’t like populated areas they are rarely seen, either so you might fall in. Wear plenty of sun protection when rafting, and anyone reliant on glasses should bring contact lenses if they have them. Rafting runs every day on the river Nile since the river’s flow is controlled by dams and not influenced by seasonal rains. White water rafting is high on many people’s list of things to do here. With some lots of good rapids and a stunning river with high level it’s superlative. There are some very exhilarating sections with space between to lay back and float along taking in the landscape and enjoying the nature, particularly the many species of birds to be found here. There day trips and two-day trips covering (45km) with overnight camping. Quality safety equipments and highly qualified and experienced guides run the largest rapids possible. Total rafting is for 25 km of river including some of the best rapids in the world. You don’t have to do all the side runs, except if you want to. The river is graded 4+ to 5 and provides one of the finest day rafting trips on Globe! Massive standing waves leap from the clear blue skies and rock walls tremble from the power of the booming rapids. Be among the first to be familiar with the incredible adventure and excitement of the Nile water rafting from this point of Bujagali falls. Don’t forget to carry a swimsuit, a pair of sandals and shorts to wear on the river. You will get wet, so bring a change of outfit. Amenities exist for cameras to be protected from the while on the river.