3 Days Ssese Islands – Lake Victoria Tour

/3 Days Ssese Islands – Lake Victoria Tour
3 Days Ssese Islands – Lake Victoria Tour2019-09-12T12:25:38+00:00

Ssese Island Tour

Ssese islands  offers the best holiday and unwinding retreats for those on honeymoon and adventure lovers. All these make this paradise the finest get away location that is full of life and stress free saving you from the hustle and commotion on the mainland.

It is composed of 84 islands hosting Bantu speaking people. It can be accessed through Nakiwogo in Entebbe or Bukakata Landing site in Masaka.

Day 1: Nakiwogo – Ssese Islands

Following a briefing by the guide, you will head to Nakiwogo Landing-Site to enjoy a ferry ride to the beautiful islands. Ferry trip is 3hours starting at 2pm. No major activity today apart from travel to Ssese Islands.

Day 2: Nature Walk

After having breakfast you are have a number of options. You can set out on a forest walk or enjoy the beach walk. You will view a variety of wildlife that are in the virgin forest and among them are monkeys, butterflies, and birds. Return to the hotel for lunch, and in the afternoon at leisure relax at the lake side, go fishing or swim.

You can have your breakfast or lunch at the beach on request.

Day 3: Fishing Village Tour (optional activity)

Enjoy a boat ride on Africa’s largest lakes; Lake Victoria. Visit the neighboring local fishing villages to observe and experience their way of life, check out their fishing methods in addition to seeing the variety of fish  they catch. Have lunch and enjoy the afternoon at leisure on the white sandy beaches.

Day 4: End of tour

After breakfast return to Bugala Island to start your journey back to the mainland. Check in at 8:00am.Travel time 3 hours. Arrive at 11:00am.You can go for a tour of the Uganda Education Wildlife Centre (Zoo) in Entebbe and Entebbe town.

Or You can go through Bukakata Landing site: You will visit the spectacular Nabugabo beaches which are a favorite destination for holiday makers. Lunch in Masaka town, then drive to Kampala, make a stopover at the Equator.