Bus Tickets from Kampala to Jinja


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Book cheap bus tickets from Kampala to Jinja online and save time and money. Jinja town is the biggest town of the district and the second most vital capital city of Uganda. The town was the industrial heart of the country in the 1960s and 1970s. Here is the guide on how to book bus from Kampala to Jinja:

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What is the affordable way to get from Kampala to Jinja?

The affordable way to get from Kampala to Jinja by bus. Cheap bus tickets from Kampala to Jinja $7 - $10 and takes 1h 5m.

What is the quickest way to get from Kampala to Jinja?

The fastest way to get from Kampala to Jinja by bus. Kampala to Jinja bus fare $7 - $10 and takes 1h 5m.

What is the travel distance of Kampala to Jinja bus?

The travel distance of bus Kampala to Jinja is 70 km.

Bus from Kampala to Jinja Tips

The river Nile is the important attraction in Jinja with almost all tourism activities centered on it. The town attracts visitors all through the year who want to relax after a long safari in the different parts of the Uganda while enjoying the charming tranquility of the river Nile. The Nile supports a number of adrenaline raising activities like canoeing, jumping, Kayaking, white water rafting, horseback and quad biking among others.

Attractions to visit:

Source of the Nile

The second biggest river in the planet, marketed as a discovery of one of the primary Western explorers, namely Speke, is an internationally special attraction. Commissioning a study to better it as a visitor attraction and implementing the recommendations would amazingly help to improve its potential as a visitor attraction for both domestic and international excursionist.

Bujagali Falls

These are placed along the Nile River, with a distance of approximately ten kilometers from Jinja municipality. The rafting and scenery activities of Bujagali Falls presently exploited on a little scale have a big potential for both excursions and global tourism.