LAKE BUNYONYI –UGANDA SAFARI NEWS
Uganda is not only a home to diverse Flora and Fauna but also a home to different water bodies which has attracted many safaris to Uganda. The tourism destination comprises of many lakes and rivers plus streams with their tributaries. River Nile is the longest river in the world where its source is found in Lake Victoria the second largest lake and the largest fresh water lake in the world.
Lake Bunyonyi is one of the destination’s, beautiful lake which offer break taking scenery beauty and thus its qualification to be one of the symbols on the 5,000 note Uganda Shillings. The lake is found in south western Uganda between Kabale and Kisoro. This lake is the second deepest lake in Africa and one of the few lakes in the region that is free of bilharzia and safe for swimming. Tourists on Uganda Safari can enjoy swimming and relaxation at the beach side
The lake dotted has 29 islands of natural beauty which is concentrated in the central part. The lake has limited settlement and is mostly used for tourist facilities by tourists on Uganda safari. The Islands is also a place for a primary and secondary school. Water sport is one of the major activities done by tourists on this lake
The lake is a habitat for different bird species which has attracted many Uganda Safaris. About 200 birds can be seen while on Nature walk or forest walk and on Boat cruise, the lake is free from Hippos and Crocodiles thus an excellent place to chill and relax and also the best place for swimming. Remember swimming in the deepest lake needs someone who is a good swimmer and besides, it offers one of the beautiful memories that you will want to take home
Besides visiting the lake, there are many rich cultures surrounding the lake that you can also encounter with while on your Safaris in Uganda.
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