I only had one day to spare in Kampala and wanted to see as much of the countryside as possible. This tour delivered! It was definitely not a leisurely day, trainers and comfy clothes were a must, but that is exactly what I wanted. Anthony, my all-day tour guide, picked me up on time and was very helpful and knowledgeable. He pointed out lots of geography and local knowledge, assisted me in understanding when and how much to tip, when to be mindful of local custom, and I found him to be jovial and willing to adjust. For example, when I found myself too tired to make the last stop on the tour he graciously brought me back to Kampala, though as the only person on the tour that day I think this was easier than if I had been in a group. At several stops we had a site-specific tour guide whom we met on arrival (Alex at Ssezibwa Falls, Deo at Granite Falls/Mabira Forest and Onesmus at Jinja/Source of the Nile). Each was kind, full of information and questions led to interesting conversations. At Ssezibwa Falls and Granite Falls/Mabira Forest you are definitely going to traverse terrain that requires at least trainers, but could definitely benefit from hiking boots. I wore cropped hiking pants and there was one section in Mabira at the Falls where I had to be careful of biting ants on the ground level foliage - full length pants would have been better, but I managed and Deo was great to point out which plants to avoid touching. I had a lot of fun with Onesmus in Jinja as he boated me through the source of the Nile as well as fish and chips, Jinja style (deep fried whole tilapia and chips), strolled me through lots of history, monuments, the central marketplaces and even my first boda boda ride! He also owns a small clothing shop for men in Jinja and was a great help in directing me to some stylish kitenge for my sons back home. You do spend a good amount of time traveling from site to site by car, but the roads are never boring in Uganda and Anthony did well to point out features all the way - including the street food stop in Mukono where the Muchomo and Matoke were amazing. This tour gave me the most coverage for the time had, and definitely inspired me to return and spend a longer time in some places (Mabira Forest and Jinja for certain!).