WE race swiftly down the river and out of sight, as another huge rapid thunders a warning to our sturdy rafts. This is at water rafting outing at Bujagali dam.
As we make our way through the white water, a huge wave washed over the left of the raft, drenching everyone on that side and followed by piercing screams of excitement from them.
The wave continues to blossom skyward before collapsing on the raft, and it is difficult to tell if anyone remained on board.
We have survived rapids, floated from Bujagali Falls through the Total Gunga Falls, to Easy Rider Falls and finally to Big Brother, and up to Wakisi Island.
This is a group of over 100 tour operators on a half-day rafting spree at Nile High Camp, courtesy of Adrift.
Before the rafting, the fearless took plunges as they took part in the bungee jumping.
It was surprising, of course, that the majority of the jumpers were female.
A number of men were terrified that some could not look in the general direction of the activity.
A few men said they had discovered that women had two hearts; the one they know and the hard one that is always hidden.
This weekend of cutting edge adventure was concluded with a fantastic buffet lunch and drinks.