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Kazinga channel is a small, calm  river in Uganda’s popular national Park, Queen Elizabeth national park that covers a distance of 40 kilometers connecting Lake George in the East and Lake Edward in the west; Kazinga channel avails endless opportunities to have priceless views of the most unique flora and fauna and a physical scenery of the magnificent Queen Elizabeth National Park.

The banks of Kazinga channel are a home to largest concentration of hippos and crocodiles that visitors undertaking wildlife safaris in Uganda can glance at; while at Mweya peninsular the channel provides endless opportunities to view variety of beautiful and elusive birds such as flamingos, kingfisher and herds of elephants swimming in the water of Kazinga channel,
During a boat cruise you will see uncountable number of hippos, crocodiles, herds of elephants, buffalos enjoying the scorching sunshine in the afternoon, and the launch cruise enables you to have a clear and spectacular view of wonderful wildlife and various attractions that you won’t miss spotting. During a safari in Uganda, don’t miss a boat trip down the channel and find a best way to have an everlasting and unforgettable experience.
A hippo in Kazinga channel
Kazinga channel offers you a brilliant opportunity to actually move closer towards the game on the edge of the river banks without fear of safety, more so wonderful views with amazing sightings of beautiful wildlife species of the Queen Elizabeth national park in the corner. In the back drop, you will view the magical jagged Virunga Mountains. Ideally, Kazinga channel is the world’s most populated channel with a multiple number of hippos, Nile crocodiles and a glance of elephants and buffaloes.

Queen Elizabeth national park has remained one of the most prime game parks in Uganda and Africa, due to its divere richness of culture, beautiful scenery, crater lakes and magnificent hanging valleys, nature walks in Maramagambo forest, the gorgeous savannah landscape and varied species of wild game, which combine to form an amalagam of world's best destination for African safaris and tours in Uganda.

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