By Our Reporter
Over the weekend, golfers headed to Jinja to tee off at Jinja Golf Club in the Uganda Open tournament. They made a stop over deep in the very navel of Mabira Forest. Onesmus Muhereza, the guide took the group through a historic journey, breaking down the contributions of the Uganda Tourism Board towards conservation of Mabira Forest over the years.
For the Golfers; his audience, it wasn’t just a nature walk. It was a thrill. It was a chance to experience Uganda like never before.
On day two, after battling it out on the golf course at Jinja Golf Club, they were taken on an exciting boat cruise on the breathtaking waters of River Nile.
Many marveled at the scenery en-route the Source of the Nile while also learning about the history of how it was discovered by John Speke on August 3rd, 1858.
They were blown away by sights and sounds on the captivating boat ride baked with endless drinks and food.
These were left hailing Uganda Tourism Board for the initiative they’ve gripped to enjoy their favourite sport but simultaneously touring their country.
On day three, they took a trip to ‘Itanda’ falls, one of the strongest water falls in Uganda which left many excited.
The next edition of Uganda Open Tour is slated for 20th July at Mbarara Sports Club.
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