Boat safari in Kazinga Channel (Queen Elizabeth National Park)

Where and When
On the Kazinga Channel in the interior of Queen Elizabeth National Park. All year round. This activity is only available if you have booked accommodation in the Mweya or Kyambura gorge area.
Around 2 hours.
What's Included
This activity is shared with other passengers. Includes navigation on the Kazinga Canal in a 1 or 2-deck barge shared with other visitors (maximum 40 people).
More information
The barge safaris (these can be 1 or 2 floors) that take place in the Queen Elizabeth National Park take place in the famous Kazinga Kanal. In this channel, which joins Lake Edward and Lake George, there is a great amount of wildlife. These aquatic safaris last 2 hours and are led by professional guides who will be happy to answer all your questions. The boats have limited capacity (maximum 40 people) so reservations must be made in advance. During navigation you will be able to observe a large number of waterfowl, mainly pelicans, cormorants, marabous, yellow-billed storks and many other species. In addition, in the channel you can see concentrations of hippos and large Nile crocodiles. On the banks it is common to find water antelopes, buffaloes and elephants.
Barge safari in Kazinga Channel
40.00 USD per person