Both manmade and natural water bodies occupy about 20 percent of Uganda’s total landmass and this makes it possible to have a boat ride in Uganda

Boat Cruise In Uganda

November 1, 2021
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Both manmade and natural water bodies occupy about 20 percent of Uganda’s total landmass and this makes it possible to have a boat ride in Uganda. This is a full time guided tourist activity where we ensure that our guests are provided with life jackets
Boat cruise on the Nile River, Driver 70km east of Kampala before you embark on the boat ride which gives an opportunity to cruise on the world’s longest river the Nile, it involves exploring the source of the Nile, and this 2 hours activity involves bird watching and a glimpse nature and cultural livelihood of the surroundings.
Boat cruise in Murchison Falls national park, this activity is the most appreciated for its exciting scenic views of the bottom of the Murchison falls the world’s most powerful waterfall and this boat cruise is incomparable with its magnificent views of Albert Nile along with wildlife species like the crocodile, buffalos, elephants, along the river banks.
Boat cruise in Queen Elizabeth National Park this activity is carried on kazinga channel which is a section of Queen Elizabeth National Park, this water channel intersects Lake George and Lake Edward and this stream is 40km long located along Mweya Peninsula. The boat cruise takes about 3-4 hours time conducted by onsite professional guides. This boat cruise is wildlife and biding cruise which is due to the ecosystem of the park.
Boat cruise on Lake Bunyonyi, This Lake comprises 29 islands and it is the second deepest lake in Africa, our guests are treated well with the historical importance of this lake to the community, you will catch a glimpse of the birding activities alongside the beautiful terraced hilly island. The activity takes about 2-3 hours, so come along with your camera to keep the memory.
Boat cruise in Lake Mburo National Park, you will spend your afternoon moments enjoying the aquatic life of the Park with views of various animals like the Hippos, Crocodiles, zebras, and antelopes along the shores of the lake together with several bird species. Your captain of the day will also feed you with amusing stories about the culture and history of the surrounding communities.
Boat cruise on River Semiliki. In Semiliki national park our guests are taken on a 3 hours boat ride along the river which is 160km long, this river flows from the Rwenzori Mountains towards Lake Albert, this river is blessed with scenic views of the Kijura rift valley escarpment. On this you will see a number of bird species including the rare shoebill stock and wildlife species like hippos and antelopes such as sitatunga.

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