The Ssezibwa Falls



Ssezibwa Falls is a phenomenal and helpful spot where one can appreciate and encounter the marvels of nature

The Ssezibwa Falls are found 35km east of Kampala in region of Mukono locale 

The Falls are on the Ssezibwa River which streams from the wetlands between L. Victoria and L. Kyoga. Ssezibwa Falls are around seven meters high and with the sweet murmuring sound made by the falling water structures lovely landscape. 

This is supplemented by the common vegetation spread and the undulating and steep shakes over which the waters fall. 

The site has a few flying creature animal groups which present a great open door for winged creature viewing. 

Exercises at Ssezibwa Falls 



Ssezibwa Falls is a phenomenal and helpful spot where one can appreciate and encounter the marvels of nature

Ssezibwa Falls is a phenomenal and helpful spot where one can appreciate and encounter the marvels of nature. Among the exercises a vacationer would appreciate incorporate; Camping, Nature-guided strolls, Bird watching, Boat drive/paddling, Community strolls, Hiking, Mountain biking, Primate Walks and Rock ascending. 

Social foundation 

The falls have social and conventional bearing in the locale and to the Baganda specifically due the legends behind the development of the Ssezibwa River. 

It is accepted that this stream, along with another called Bwanda was conceived of a Woman on her way to a place called Kavuma Bukunja. It is a direct result of this that it is a saved Buganda Heritage

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Tour Guide Ug is a personal blog about the tourist attractions in Uganda. These include; people, places, culture, nature, wildlife, food. My goal is to make you love Uganda and tour Uganda

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