One of the absolute highlights of any trip to Queen Elizabeth National Park is a boat trip on the Kazinga Channel. On a sunny afternoon there’s literally no better way to relax, enjoy the scenery and feast your eyes on more wildlife than you can shake a stick at, all from the comfort of a cruising riverboat.
Inspire African Safaris offers different tour packages such as Chimpanzee Tracking, Gorilla Tracking etc
But since you’re presumably reading this on a computer or phone screen somewhere else, why not come along with me for a virtual journey. BBC
WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THE KAZINGA CHANNEL
The Kazinga Channel is essentially a short river that runs between Lake George and Lake Edward in Queen Elizabeth National Park, in Western Uganda. The channel is about 20 miles long and pretty shallow: only 8 metres deep at the deepest point. As a result, it attracts a huge array of wildlife which comes down to the water to drink and bathe.
Take the 2-hour cruise along the Kazinga Channel, and you’ll be guaranteed some of the best wildlife viewing you’re likely to experience anywhere in Uganda.
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