Sipi falls is a series of three waterfalls.
It's one of Mother Nature's most soothing yet exhilarating and beautiful creations in the world. There is just something mesmerizing about watching water tumble off a rock face into a pool. The noise it makes, the sheer volume of water is so magical. There are many waterfalls strewn across Uganda , but not all are created equal.
The Sipi Falls are found in Eastern Uganda in the district of Kapchorwa, Northeast of Sironko and Mbale on the edge of Mount Elgon National Park near the Kenyan border.
Hikes around the falls offer stunning views of the Karamoja plains, Lake Kyoga, and the slopes of Mt. Elgon. Individuals can organise trips through the www.recklesstravelers.com
There are a number of lodges and backpackers / campsites in the area offering a range of accommodation for all budgets with a cooler climate than most of the country. Sipi Falls is a nice place to unwind, relax and literally chill out away from the hustle and bustle of the towns and cities. Being on the foothills of Mt. Elgon, Sipi offers a number of alternative activities to the mainstream river activities.
The Sipi River is named after the ‘Sep’, a plant indigenous to the banks of the River. Resembling a type of wild banana, Sep is a medicinal plant, the translucent green frond with a bolt of crimson rib is used for treating measles and fever.
The Sipi Falls area is particularly famous for locally grown Bugisu Arabica coffee. Bugisu Arabica only grows at an altitude of between 1,600 and 1,900 metres. Coffee tours are organized through our professional guides with knowledge of coffee farming, processing and roasting. Profits from this go towards community projects.
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