THE KAZINGA CHANNEL; A RECREATIONAL CENTRE IN THE WILD – UGANDA SAFARI NEWS
Adjoining Lakes George in the east with Edward in the west, the 45km long Kazinga Channel is a perfect recreational ground in the wild that is always encountered by travellers undertaking safaris in Uganda.
The Kazinga Channel is an amazing natural water alignment that adjoins these two lakes and it poses a ground for concentration of wildlife that forms the ground for wildlife safaris in Uganda. The concentrations of Hippos and Nile crocodiles in the channel waters and the other wild game that quench their thirst on the channel waters including; elephants, buffaloes, Kobs among other species combine to make the encounters on Kazinga channel memorable while on Uganda safaris.
Undertaking an afternoon launch cruise on this water stretch is one of those rewarding encounters a traveller planning a safari tour to Uganda should not attempt to Miss on his itinerary. The boats that commence at Mweya jetty and explore the channel stretching close to Katunguru bridge area before going back to cruise to the shores of Lake Edward overlooking the boarders of Democratic Republic of Congo.
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