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Beside mountain Gorilla, the country hosts several chimpanzee communities, most notably in Kibale Forest and Queen Elizabeth National Park which are among the Uganda's most popular parks, running along the border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo and most of the parks are covered in savannah plains that are home to more than 95 different species of mammals. Uganda's white-water rafting industry is comparatively new - the first drop of the river by a paddler was in 1996, and the grade 4 and 5 extend of rapids on the Nile, have since been developed into a world-class rafting destination possessing some of the most prevailing and constant rapids on earth.

The powerful volume of water creates horrible rapids that provide an unforgettable rafting experience equivalent to that of the Zambezi River in Zimbabwe. Home of the white-water rafting industry is the city of Jinja, located at the source of the River Nile, the longest river in the world. Bujagali Falls downstream of the Nile's basis, and close to Jinja, has been vaunted the 'adrenaline capital' of Uganda, offering not only white water rafting, but also bungee jumping, kayaking, mountain biking, river boarding and much more .