Spend 3 Days Relaxing on Ssese Islands on a Weekend Holiday in Uganda


The Islands are an archipelago of 84 Islands situated on the world’s second-largest freshwater lake and are one of Uganda’s touristic destinations with Bugala Island being the biggest, developed and most visited with the best hotels in Ssese Islands. The Island is a splendid place for honeymooners, Bird lovers, Photography, holiday relaxation and tourists. Ssese islands are also home to a few primates like Vervet monkeys, Black and white colobus monkeys plus bird species that include Jewel pygmy kingfisher, hornbill, paradise flycatcher, barbets, Turaco, Palm nut vultures and African fish eagle. Their being distinct has attracted very many visitors there!

2 Nights stay at Brovad sands Lodge.

Day 1: Transfer to Ssese Islands
Embark on a ferry at Nakiwogo in Entebbe and sail to the splendid Bugala Island. On arrival, relax and enjoy the afternoon at the white sand beach. Alternatively go for pool swimming.
Overnight and dinner at Brovad Sands Lodge.

Day 2: Ssese/Bugala Island
Begin with a hearty breakfast, take a nature walk around the Island and then go bird watching. Alternatively go Sport fishing, canoe ride, quad bike or enjoy sun bathing and indulge in the different beach games on the island. Lunch, dinner and Overnight at Brovad Sands Lodge.

Day 3: Ssese Islands–Kampala
have an early breakfast or have  your breakfast packed, embarck on a ferry and cruise to Entebbe, Nakiwogo landing site. Then continue to the airport or your resident.

End of the Ssese Islands 3 days vacation

Interested in visiting Ssese Islands for a weekend or honeymoon vacation, contact us through stay@sseseislandsresorthotel.com or call our reservation team on +256-772367972.


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