Boat Trips in Uganda: While on safari to the pearl of Africa, Uganda offers some of the most thrilling locations for boat cruises. The nation has a large number of lakes, rivers, and channels where one can go boating. Among the well-known bodies of water are Lake Victoria, the largest freshwater lake in Uganda, the River Nile, the longest river in the world, Lake Bunyonyi, the deepest lake in Uganda, and Kazinga Channel, the biggest natural water channel in the entire globe. Once in Uganda, you certainly wouldn’t want to skip boat cruises on one of the aforementioned bodies of water.
Boat trips on Kazinga Channel Uganda
A natural canal known as the Kazinga Channel links the graben lakes of Edward and George. Its waters come from the Rwenzori mountain, flow into Lake George, and then spill over into Lake Edward via the Kazinga canal. Several animals congregate in the Kazinga Channel in Queen Elizabeth National Park to enjoy the flesh water. You are more likely to observe more wildlife and waterfowl on a two-hour boat ride on this channel than you are on any given game drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park. According to records, the Kazinga Channel is home to the greatest number of hippos in the world. Allow Amakula African Safaris to plan a trip for you that includes a boat cruise on Kazinga Channel in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Boat cruise at Kazinga Channel
Boat Cruise at the Nile Boat trips in Murchison Falls National Park
It is a privilege for Murchison Falls National Park to have the Nile River cut through it, splitting the park into two sections. The boat excursion to the base of Victoria Falls, where you can observe water rushing through a small ravine, is one of the most well-liked activities. Many creatures, including as hippos, elephants, crocodiles, and birds, can be seen on this boat tour. Boat cruises to the delta downstream are still available in Murchison Falls National Park in pursuit of the uncommon and elusive shoebill stock. Amakula African Safaris is interested in collaborating with you to provide information on safaris to the Murchison Falls National Park.
Boat trips in Murchison Falls
Take advantage of boat tours to Ngamba Island to see orphaned chimpanzees fed, or go on a wine and cheese or sunset cruise on the lake if you have some free time in Entebbe. A canoe excursion on the lake to explore the various islands and their rich history is extremely enjoyable for anyone visiting the source of the nile, Lake Bunyonyi , Kasoga Community in Kasese among others
River Nile Boat cruise