Boat Cruise in Uganda Safaris Tour Experience
What do you like to do in the afternoon, go on a boat cruise in Uganda? Then we understood you completely. At Deks Safaris & Tours Africa, we have learned that safari holidays in Uganda are more satisfying and are complemented by leisurely cruises on the water and beyond. Our Uganda Safaris Tour packages are now more adventurous than ever as we take you to some of the best cruise or launch locations across the country.
Escape the sweltering tropical heat with your guide as you cross the natural streams of the Pearl of Africa on our Uganda Safaris Tour. The water’s edge is usually a wet marsh, home to birds such as partridges and papyrus. A boat cruise to Uganda is also great for spotting animals like Nile crocodiles as they catch their prey.
Boat Cruise on Kazinga Channel
Kazinga Channel in Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the best places to go on a boat cruise safari in Uganda. Kazinga Channel is a 40-kilometer-long freshwater river that connects Lake George and Lake Edward. A typical 2-hour Ugandan cruise on this Channel is the perfect way to meet half of the world’s Nile crocodile population and a variety of wildlife.
Kazinga Channel is a 40-kilometer-long freshwater river that connects Lake George and Lake Edward. A two-hour boat cruise in Uganda in Uganda on this Channel is the perfect way to meet half of the world’s Nile crocodile population. The next stop is a Nile cruise to the majestic waterfalls of Murchison Falls National Park, where the river is lush and forested.
Other great Uganda Safaris Tour and boat cruise destinations include Lake Mburo, Lake Mutanda, and the Upper Nile. A typical Ugandan boat cruise safari holiday cruise takes about two hours round trip along the waterways where you can see aquatic animals such as hippos, flamingos, herons and lizards, and more.