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View beautiful Kisiizi Falls from the Suspension Bridge and small cave, visit the unique dramatic Monument, ride the high-altitude high-adrenaline SkyTrail 3-stage zip-line. Visit the Hydro-electricity generator, kayak on the small lagoon, enjoy the...more
With a group of colleagues on a work trip, staying in Kabale, we visited on Saturday, The excellent Kisiizi Hospital, opposite the falls, is an excellent community facility, which manages the falls, the activities around there (an excellent zip line) and has information on the...More
Kisiizi falls is spectacular! The visitors centre is excellent - giving so much information about the history and culture of Kisiizi. The monument is a great piece of art and a must see!! there is also a zip line if you are feeling adventurous.
What a magical place Kisiizi falls truly is. Coming from the Swiss/French Geneva area, this beautiful, lush site with rich history is 100% a must visit. The walking paths allow you to get wonderfully close to the waterfall, and enjoy some lovely relaxing time. If...More
The falls are lovely here, and also the tourism is so beneficial to the local community: all the money goes to a fund for patients who cannot afford hospital care. The zipline is something else!! Well worth the £6 or so, an exhilarating ride offering...More
Kisiizi Falls are spectacular and well worth a visit. Very helpful and friendly staff in the visitor centre who helped calm my nerves on the very exciting zip line. Idyllic spot with plenty of bird life. Hope to be back one day. A must see...More
Well worth a visit to see the actual falls but also to have a guided tour from the visitor centre. The guide was very informative and helpful. The Visitor centre has many pieces of useful information. The falls are by Kisiizi Hospital which was founded...More
There is so much more to Uganda than the Gorilla's
You should consider extending your stay with a visit to these waterfalls. They are particularly spectacular in the rainy season. As well as being able to see the falls from the top and the visit...More