Jinja East Africa’s Adrenaline capital. Located eighty one kilometers East of Uganda’s capital city the third economic power in the East African block.
Jinja ranked among the top ten cities to visit by the UK press according to http://www.express.co.uk/…/Top-10-trendiest-places-live-world.
Its colonial architecture and planning of 1948 make it a proper setting to live in. The planning of the Town has ways of hindering traffic, organized building and proper situation of town residential.
Things to do
Many activities are facilitated in Jinja. These include; white water rafting, horseback riding, bungee jumping, kayaking, mountain biking, Itanda falls and boat rafting. The place is home to the source of the River Nile, the second longest river in the world.
Jinja is made up of all what a modern city requires. This is the reason it is the second largest economy in the country. Factories, industries and companies have attraction of the Owen falls dam which supplies adequate electricity for sufficient running of their works. This explains the infrastructural development.
The Adventure capital of East Africa has got flexible and accessible hotels ranging from as low as 7$. Its development collects different societies of Uganda to come grab some employment opportunities. Hotels provide all local foods to serve these individuals and this is of advantage to the tourist finding all what he needs at one place.
Jinja’s proximity to the Capital City of Uganda, Kampala and good infrastructure development make it a place worth a visit. With the launch of annual festivals like the Nyege Nyege festival, the city has become a major world tourism attraction.