Kazinga Channel Launch Cruise In Queen Elizabeth National Park
Boat cruise on Kazinga channel is one of the best amazing rewarding experience in Queen Elizabeth National Park that you cannot found not only in Uganda but also the entire parts of East Africa. Kazinga channel launch cruise give a chance to embrace the beautiful nature and uncommon vegetation. The Kazinga channel also links Lake Edward and Lake George so it can be accessed through the channel.
Kazinga channel has a lot of streams that spill out from the Mountain Rwenzori that are north of the lake and the waters from the lake flow exactly in the Kazinga Channel and continue along the west of Lake Edward and eastern parts of Lake Gorge. Both lakes are linked by the Kazinga Channel also contributed more to the presence of several wildlife species, birds and vegetation that are tour magnets in the place.
Visit Queen Elizabeth national park and do boat cruise on Kazinga channel which takes about 40 meters long and it links in the western Lake Edward and eastern parts of Lake George. Boat cruise on Kazinga channel is number one experience in Uganda that you should not miss out on your Uganda safari to Queen Elizabeth national park and it take like 2 hours to complete while floating on the water. The shores of this Kazinga channel attracts many wild animals such as the elephants, crocodiles, antelopes, hippos, warthogs and others which makes the channel to be an excellent place which attracts most of tourists on a wildlife safari in Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth National Park. Kazinga channel gives you the best remarkable natural life and survey opportunities that is all in the park. The channel also involves other segments like the Kasenyi fields and the Northern Kazinga. Kazinga channel launch cruise offer you the most relaxing way to view wildlife animals in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Besides a boat cruise on Kazinga channel, Queen Elizabeth National Park has other activities takes place including;
Chimpanzee tracking in Kyambura gorge is an amazing experience, quietly following your guide while listening for the sounds of the chimpanzees in the forest. Chimpanzee tracking experience is the second superb moment that you should not miss out on your safari in Uganda after gorilla trekking. Kyambura Gorge is the third destination in Uganda where there is big number of chimps.
Spot fishing in Queen Elizabeth national park is done on Kazinga channel and it is among the tourist attractions in the park. However tourists who wish to do sport fishing in Queen should carry their fishing gear.
Nature walks in the park are normally carried out in Maramagambo forest which allows you to see primates such as the unique Chimpanzees, Red-Tailed Monkeys, Colobus Monkeys, Ververt monkeys, L’Hoest’s Monkeys, Baboons and so on. You can also see nocturnal animals during night walks and these include the leopard, pottos, bush babies and among others.
Bird lovers Queen Elizabeth national park is the best place for bird watching safari, as it is home of over 619 bird species which making it to be the second highest park in Africa. The birding spot areas in Queen Elizabeth national park are Mweya peninsular, kyambura George, Lake Katwe, Maramagambo forest and among others. You will have an opportunity to see birds like the Pink-backed Pelicans, White-winged Warbler, Corncrake, Shoebill, Lesser and Greater Flamingo, Chapin’s Flycatcher, White-tailed Lark, Black-rumped Buttonquail and many more. Other activities within the park are game drive, bush breakfast, hot air balloon safari, and local community and among others.
Apart from kazinga channel boat cruise in Queen Elizabeth national park, Uganda has other destinations where you can go and do boat ride which include Murchison Falls National Park on Nile River, which is also has a wonderful experience that one should not miss out while in Uganda. Or you can go to Lake Mburo national park and see a lot of wild animals like leopard, giraffe, and elephants and among others. There are also other national park you can visit on your trip in western Uganda which includes Bwindi forests for gorilla trekking, Kibale forest national park for a unique chimpanzee tracking and among other parks.