Kyaggwe
Ssezibwa Falls is a great culturally significant site to the Kingdom of Buganda. Located at about 30- 35km east of Kampala in Mukono District (Kyaggwe county), River Ssezibwa is believed to have been born twins with his brother Bwanda by Nakangu Tebatuusa and Nsubuga Ssebwato.
But because the entire river squeezes through a narrow opening of rocks flowing about 14m deep into a large pool, this formed Ssezibwa Falls.
The strength and courage to navigate all the rocks to find "his" way gave birth to the name "Ssizibiwa kkubo" literally meaning "I can't be blocked" hence Ssezibwa.
History notes that in 1889, Kabaka Mwanga II planted a tree at this site, Kabaka Muteesa II also planted a tree in respect of the cultural significance of this site. Then also Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II visited the same site in 2002, planted a tree  and commissioned it as one of Buganda's great cultural sites.
This site offers a perfect spot for nature lovers, holiday makers and honeymooners as it allows bird watching, nature and primate walks, rock climbing, camping, bond fire etc.

Ssezibwa Falls is a great culturally significant site to the Kingdom of Buganda. Located about 30- 35 kms from Kampala along Jinja road, Njeru sub county, Mukono district (Kyaggwe county).
Legend has it that on one fateful day, Nakangu Ttebatuusa wife to Nsubuga Ssebwato birthed twins who unlike normal babies, were in the form of two rivers: Ssezibwa and Bwanda.
Of the two rivers, Ssezibwa was most phenomenal for its mighty and unrelenting flow; breaking through swampy and rocky obstacles to find “his’ way. Quite a name ideal for a river synonymous with a Luganda phrase “Ssizibibwa kkubo” which loosely translates in English to mean “my path can never be blocked”.
But because the entire river squeezes through a narrow opening of rocks flowing about 14 meters deep into a large pool, this formed Ssezibwa Falls. History notes that in 1889, Kabaka Mwanga II planted a wild olive tree at this sites, Kabaka Muteesa II also planted a tree in respect of the cultural significance of the site. Then also, Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II visited the same site in 2002, planted a tree and commissioned it as one of Buganda’s great cultural sites.
People from all over the world flock this site to seek blessings for their health, children and families etc.
The site offers a perfect spot for nature lovers, holiday makers and honeymooners as it allows bird watching, nature and primate walks, community walks and biking, rock climbing, camping, bond fires, picnics. The place is also perfect for photography