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Come experience the Mabira Forest Canopy like the monkeys do! The Mabira Forest Canopy Super Skyway is a zip-line system that sends you soaring between the tallest trees in the forest, over the Musamya River and among the birds as you travel between...more
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Lugazi Town | Mabira Forest, next to Wasswa Village, 10 km from Lugazi Town along Kampala-Jinja highway, Kampala, Uganda
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Reviewed September 12, 2018 via mobile

It was a cool trip to the source of Nile later to Griffin falls camp. It was massive one by Gild Tours.

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Reviewed December 29, 2017 via mobile

I had a good time doing the zip lining . It was quite scary and hectic climbing that tree before the zip . You need to be strong and in good shape . And if you are a scared of heights please don’t attempt it...More

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Reviewed October 22, 2017

They have amazing staff who are cooperative and support each other, they worked hand in hand to make us have a fun day for our zip lining activity. A walk from Griffin Falls camp to the zip line point is a calm one. You will...More

Thank YvonneMuliro
Reviewed August 10, 2017 via mobile

I spent 3 nights at one of the cottages in the camp and loved it! They're basic but adequate. I also enjoyed building a campfire each evening and listening to the exotic sounds coming from the forest. Hussein gives great guided hikes, and knows so...More

Thank rejoicing
Reviewed August 4, 2017

My friends and I really enjoyed our trip to Griffin Falls camp! Stunning forest environment! The ziplines were fun and felt very safe. We loved the staff, as they were all helpful, knowledgeable, friendly, supportive of the local community, and definitive pros at their job....More

Thank Benjamin S
Reviewed March 23, 2017 via mobile

We took our kids zip lining here as I had heard that it was a good thing to do. One of the guides met us in Lugazi so that we wouldn't get lost on the drive there. There are blue signs on the road so...More

Thank Peanut_face
Reviewed March 2, 2017

We were on our way to Jinja when we had a stopover here for some time. It was good fun doing the six zip-lines. I thoroughly enjoyed myself and hope to return for some more fun. Although it started to rain as the last set...More

1  Thank Omoniyi_David
Reviewed February 20, 2017

Turning off the main highway to Jinja at Lugazi is the ziplining starting point just a few kilometres off the road and leads through sugar plantation and patches of forest. They give a good safety briefing but when rain threatens, be careful of slippery platforms...More

1  Thank Safariafficionado
Reviewed January 31, 2017

Its Such a lovely place to visit with. it has a variety of bird species, Tree species its good for relaxing your Minds.Also has A falls in it. Its a must visit for everyone

Thank WomenTourUganda
Reviewed January 19, 2017

Also to be found under Murchison Falls Camp. This was a "never-done-that" opportunity while staying with family in Kampala. A bit tricky to find, and well off all main roads (look for the blue way-stones) but worth the effort. The whole skyway was US-engineered and...More

Thank Don S
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