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Uganda, a landlocked nation in East Africa and the Pearl of Africa, is a place of miracles. Beginning with your arrival at Entebbe International Airport from Lake Victoria, there are waterways inherent throughout the nation. On a variety of waterways around Uganda, boat cruise Tours in Uganda are available. The opportunities to witness Uganda’s animals are provided through the fantastic experiences that are enjoyed in conservation zones. Lake Victoria, the Victoria Nile in Murchison Falls National Park, the Kazinga channel in Queen Elizabeth National Park, and Lake Mburo National Park in Lake Mburo are among the locations where boat trips are available.

Boat Cruise Tours in Uganda

Boat Cruise Along Lake Victoria

The largest body of water in Uganda is Lake Victoria, which takes up much of the country’s southeast and is shared with Tanzania and Kenya. Taking a boat tour on the lake is one of the best things to do. You may get to Ngamba Island by taking a boat along the lake. The wild chimpanzee orphans call this place home. Up to 98% of human DNA is reportedly shared by chimpanzees and humans. Their social interactions are what define them. Wonderful sunset boat tours are scheduled. Several different bird species and a few scatted local animal species can be seen during the trips.

Kazinga Channel Boat Cruise

A boat tour of Queen Elizabeth National Park is offered along the Kazinga Channel. A number of different animal species congregate near the gorge to eat, and a lengthy stream connects the two rift valley lakes of Edward and George. It takes place in the late morning and early afternoon. It’s very great to spend two to three hours cruising down the channel. You will be able to see hippos, waterbucks, water elephants, and other well-known African animals. You may likely see a variety of aquatic birds, including African fish eagles, sunbirds, pelicans, and guinea fowls, to name a few. The western region of Uganda is home to Queen Elizabeth National Park, which is well-known for its tree-climbing lions in the southern region of Ishasha.

Murchison Falls Boat Cruise

The Victoria Nile divides the Murchison Falls National Park into two halves, making it one of the top safari areas to visit while on vacation. Boat cruise tours in Murchison Falls National Park are the highlight of a tour to this park. The park’s most well-known feature is the Victoria Nile’s Great Murchison Fall, for which it was named. The park, which is the biggest and oldest in Uganda, offers visitors a chance to witness the “big four” wild animals. The boat excursion lasts for two to three hours. Expect to see aquatic creatures like hippos and the Nile crocodiles that are basking. The extremely endangered shoe bill stock, as well as other birds like African fish eagles, goliath herons, piapiac, sunbirds, and Abyssinian ground hornbills, can be seen along the marshy swamp on a good day. Both a morning and an afternoon boat excursion are offered, starting at 9:00 am and 2:00 pm, respectively. Elephants, warthogs, Jackson hartebeests, and kobs are just a few of the other creatures that may be spotted in this area.

Boat Cruise on Lake Mburo

Exploring animals at Lake Mburo National Park is highly recommended. Precambrian rocks strategically outline the park, which is known historically to have been inhabited by the Ankole pastoralists. Expect to encounter creatures including zebras, warthogs, hippos, elands, and topis on the morning and afternoon boat tours along Lake Mburo in the national park. Contact us to know more about Boat Cruise Tours in Uganda.

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