From Bujagali, home to Nile River Explorers, Nile River Camp, The Black Lantern, All Terrain Adventures, The Nile Porch, and much more, Bikeventures organises a range of mountain bike tours and Bike & Boat combo’s. All tours will start from Bujagali and range from short village tours to more hard core mountain bike tours.

Our most popular mountain bike tours starting from Bujagali:

During the Bujagali Village Tour our tour guides will explore with you the villages around Bujagali. Depending on the level of fitness the rides can be modified from an easy 5 km to a little more challenge 15 km (1 to 4 hours). You will cycle on single tracks and small rural roads through lush farm fields, patches of forest and along many small homesteads. All along the tour you will have a chance to have the most beautiful views of the river Nile. On the longer tour (15 km) we will have a relaxing break at a Private Forest Estate on the Nile.


A more challenging mountain bike tour from Bujagali is our Itanda Falls Tour. This full day tour of 60 km follows the mighty white River Nile to the most spectacular rapids on the Nile. All through forests, wetlands, valleys, villages and lush farm lands. Along the way we will serve you a lunch with Ugandan specialties like chapati, rolex or kikomando at a local snack bar or you can stick to some banana’s and other fruits if you prefer.


After a nice mountain bike tour (depending of level of fitness around 1-4 hours) on red dirt tracks, discovering the beautiful landscapes and nature, you will enjoy a wonderful sunset boat ride. This tour is best done in the afternoon to enjoy the sunset on the boat.


All Bujagali Bike Tours start from the meeting point at The Black Lantern.

Please ask us for more information if you have any questions or would like more details. Please contact us to discuss the options on uganda@ bikeventures.org, call or Whatsapp us on +256(0)778.366.007 or make a booking enquiry.

All profits are donated to the bicycle projects of Cycling out of Poverty Foundation
to support students, health care volunteers, farmers and small entrepreneurs in Uganda