3 days Mount Elgon hike

Discover Sipi Falls
Mount Elgon is the hikers destination, it has the world's largest Caldera and uniquely adventurous hiking on these mountain. Its lushy vegetations, jackson pool, wagagai and the morning sunrise makes you feel thrilled.
Private Tour
Trekking in Nature
Wildlife Viewing
Sipi Falls,Mt Elgon, Uganda
3 days
English, Swahili

What we'll do

Day 1.

Setting off for the hike from the Rose's Last chance Guest house to Bumasola village on a boda. Hike upto Sasa River Camp and spend an overnight there.

Day 2.

After Early morning breakfast, hike from Sasa river camp to Mude cave camp where you will proceed straight to the wagagai Peak ,4321 meters Above sea leve via Jackson pool and Jackson Peak which will take approximately 6-7 hours to and back to Mude Cave camp.

Day 3.

After morning Breakfast, you will start your hike quite early from Mude cave camp and cross to Sasa trail where you will have your exit from the park. check in at Uganda wildlife Authority office for your certificate handover then you either spend a extra night at Rose's Last chance of continue to your next destination.

Where we'll go


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Meeting point

Sipi Falls

Good to know

Good to know

Mount Elgon has the world's largest Caldera. It's the Second highest Mountain in Uganda with a height of 4,321m A.S.L after the snow peak mountain of the Rwenzori.

What is included?

  • Park Entrance
  • Camping Fee
  • Camping gears for hire
  • Cook
  • Meals
  • Porters

What is not included?

  • Transportation from your destination but can arrange it privately
  • Tips
  • Drinks

What to bring

  • Good hiking shoes
  • A pair of warm socks
  • Towel and small backpack for carrying snacks
  • Power Bank
  • Fully charged Camera batteries
  • Head torch
  • Rain Coat/Jacket
  • Heavy and light clothes such as jackets.
  • Hand Gloves for warmth
  • Sunscreen 🧴
  • Emergency mosquito repellent

Cancellation and refund

The booking fee ($45.00 p.p. included in the displayed price) is non-refundable if you cancel your booking. If a local cancels a booking or does not show up at the agreed time and place, you receive a full refund of the booking fee.

You are buying a unique experience that also empowers local communities and people to improve their lives by sharing their knowledge and lifestyle.

We give space for creativity. The locals themselves decide and develop the activity idea and design it in a way they find interesting.

Locals get 100% of the price they want. The booking fee is added separately.

Meet the Local


I’m a young and passionate guide working with Discover Sipi as a guide. I’m born of a sabiny tribe, one of the natives belonging to the Kalenjin community, living on the slopes of mt.elgon, kapchorwa district, Eastern Uganda. I speak English , Kiswahili and Kupsabiny, one of the local dialect spoken by the locals here. I’m so passionate about my profession as a tour guide working in sipi falls, one of the popular attraction in Eastern Uganda after Jinja. I have worked as a site guide over a decade, with wide range of knowledge and experience I have acquired during that period of time in the field has made me among the most outstanding guides in the area (sipi) I’m a social and interactive man who respects everyone’s views and opinions. Guiding and travelling was born inside me. Want to get spoilt and lost in adventure, try me, you will never regret your time. ABOUT DISCOVER SIPI Discover sipi is a company specializing in walking and hiking services with our head office in Sipi falls, Kapchorwa District, Eastern Uganda. We have a very passionate,informed,hospitable and dedicated tour guides to handle all your hiking needs during your visit to sipi falls. Talk to us anytime. We give the best hiking and walking services to all parts of Sipi and our packages are exclusively used to generate revenue which benefits the surrounding communities to appreciate the value of conservation and its benefits attached. Through our experience about our local area, we definitely make sure you feel the nature and the local cultures of the tribe living in the community.

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