Sezibwa Falls

Sezibwa Falls

Sezibwa Falls are found in Mukono district, east of kampala along the kampala-jinja High way. Culturally, it’s known to be one of the tribes Heritage site; Baganda Tribe. It has sharp-edged rocks and the sound of the water flowing down over the adjacent ridged stones.

Sezibwa River:  |  Sezibwa Falls

This is located in the southern part of Uganda.

It’s a dynamic feature in that it covers along scope of area, River sezibwa covers the wetlands across Lake Victoria and Kyoga, then west of Victoria Nile, flowing to Lake Kyoga in the northern direction.

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Sezibwa Falls-historical-features

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You will see that river sezibwa stems its source from Buikwe District in Uganda, passes through Mukono District then flows to kyoga in Kayunga District.

 It stretches 10 kilometers from its source to the end

Historically Review of Sezibwa Falls

It’s believed that there were two brother rivers named Sezibwa and Bwanda that these brother lakes were born by a woman who was on her way heading to Kavuma Bukunja.

The woman, Nakkungu Tebatuusa, married to Nsubuga Sebwaato (husband), gave birth to twins in form of water.

Hereafter, Sezibwa flowed west. passing many obstacles and deriving its name, while Bwanda a brother to the latter, flowed eastwards, towards Nyenga.

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It’s on record, many people from different countries come to the place of miracles in belief that the site has supernatural powers

The falls are 7 metres high, you will see that this place has different bird species that always are seen singing above the trees, this creates an amazing environment scenery for one to relax around.

Main Sport/Tour activities here: Rock climbing and bird watching are the main activities at the site, Wildlife in the surrounding forest includes bush monkeys, red-tailed monkeys and other primates and birds

Interesting features around: (Lake kyoga, Lake Victoria, Victoria Nile, Kayunga)