On our way we shall spot tea and sugar plantations and colorful fruits on the road side.
Arrive in time for an adventurous 3 hour quad bike safari along the banks of the Nile, exploring the countryside on trails that lead up to a high viewpoint where you can look down at the bouncing rafts on the river below you will also get a chance to meet some of the people living in the local community.
Have lunch and go for an optional bungy jump.
Drive time is 3 hours
The Kampala - Jinja Highway is a road in Uganda, connecting the cities of Kampala and Jinja. Sometimes referred to as Kampala-Jinja Road, it is a busy road, with several towns, trading centers and other points of interest along the way.
As of October 2016, a new, wider, four-lane dual carriageway expressway, the Kampala-Jinja Expressway, is proposed to be constructed south of the present highway to relieve traffic and complement existing transport infrastructure between Kampala and Jinja.
The highway stretches from Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city, to Jinja, the country's second largest commercial center, a distance of approximately 80 kilometres (50 mi).
Kampala is the capital and largest city of Uganda.
The city is divided into five boroughs that oversee local planning:
Surrounding Kampala is the rapidly growing Wakiso District, whose population more than doubled between 2002 and 2014 and now stands at over 2 million.
Kampala was named the 13th fastest growing city on the planet, with an annual population growth rate of 4.03 percent by City Mayors and has been ranked the best city to live in East Africa ahead of Nairobi and Kigali by Mercer, a global development consulting agency based in New York City.