Kazinga Channel In Queen Elizabeth National Park

Taking a boat cruise on the Kazinga is one of the best experiences that you will never forget and it's one of the finest most liked launch trips in the country.

Kazinga Channel In Queen Elizabeth National Park

Kazinga channel is a 32 kilometers long channel linking the two lakes of George and Edward in the East and west direction respectively. Kazinga channel is among if not the most prudent feature in queen Elizabeth National Park. The channel offers a wonderful view site of the most important wildlife venture within queen Elizabeth National Park.

On the shores of the Kazinga channel in Queen Elizabeth National park, there a lot of animals that can be sighted there implying that the shore attracts several animal species.  Animal species such as elephants, buffaloes, antelopes, bird species, and reptiles can all be seen here without moving for long distances.

Kazinga channel features the largest population of hippos in the whole of East Africa if not in the whole world. It also boasts numerous crocodiles which can be well visible on a boat cruise down the course of the channel or at the entrance of Lake Edwards.  As you approach the Kazinga land site still on Kazinga channels will notify a lot of bird species mostly the great cormorants among others.

Taking a boat cruise on the Kazinga is one of the best experiences that you will never forget and it’s one of the finest most liked launch trips in the country. On a lucky day, a lion may also be spotted along the banks of the spectacular Kazinga channel.

You will encounter giant hippos sunbathing and elephant herds are spotted in big numbers known as “a herd of elephants”. Watching these huge animals frolic and bathe in waters is quite a sight. In the Kazinga channel, you cannot see one species of wildlife alone or travel miles before you see another one. They are all intermingled in the same space so you view antelopes, buffaloes, crocodiles, and monitor lizards all enjoying nature in and around the channel. It is all about killing more than one bird with just a single stone.

 For the avid bird watchers, the Kazinga channel in Queen Elizabeth National park is a prime place for bird watching as one can be able to see and spot over 60 bird species that are unique while taking a boat cruise at Kazinga channel.

At the Kazinga channel, photography is a clear opportunity since very many animal species come all from different parts of the park to come and feed on the shores and the banks of the channels. Other animals come just to cool themselves hence granting a chance for better sighting and photography.

A safari to Queen Elizabeth National Park without a boat cruise on the Kazinga channel is incomplete as I may say since you will miss one of the most interesting and memorable safari activities not only in queen Elizabeth National Park but the whole of Uganda as well.

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