Boat cruise on Kazinga channel, The Kazinga channel is a wide water body with 40-kilometres long. This natural channel connects the two Lakes of George which is in the north and Lake Edward which is in the south of Queen Elizabeth National Park. This channel is among the most important features in this National Park the most well-liked game reserve in Uganda covering an entire land area of 1,978 sq. km).
The channel has the wonderful view of the most important Wildlife features within Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Boat cruise on Kazinga channel, On the northern side of the Kazinga Channel is Lake George a tiny lake with an overall depth of 2.4 meters and 250 sq. km, this lake is fed by streams flowing from the spectacular Rwenzori Mountains just north of this lake and outflow from Lake George through this Kazinga Channel and drains south into the adjacent Lake Edward which is among the main fresh-water lakes in Uganda that covers a total area of 2000 sq. km.
The shores of this channel draw a large number of wild animals, bird species in addition to reptiles all through the year, with one of the largest population of hippos in the whole world as well as the Nile crocodiles. Enjoy this wildlife adventure on a boat cruise down the course of the Kazinga channel.
The Boat Cruise on the Kazinga Channel is extremely rewarding and among the finest and most liked launch trips in the country. The boat cruise is operated from 3pm and 5pm local time, whereas additionally expeditions are done at 11am and 1 pm local time basing on the tourists’ preference. We can as well organise a private cruise at any time of the day you want to suite your interests.
The Kazinga Channel comprises of sections such as the North Kazinga in addition to the Kasenyi plains. It’s recognized that the plains of this channel offer breath taking viewpoints of spotting the game. Through embarking on a game viewing safari, you will have a better way to see the diverse wildlife living in this area within its very pristine natural environment such as Buffaloes, Elephants in addition to other wild animals that live within the grassland thickets in the Northern Kazinga.
However, the most convenient and favorable place to spot the big cats Lions, Leopards and is within the eastern section of Kasenyi plains on which their prey on the large number of resident Uganda Kobs within that area. The best time to have game drives is in the mornings as well as in the evenings.