Kazinga Channel, Queen Elizabeth National Park

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A natural channel, Kazinga Channel is home to the world's largest population of hippopotamuses. This 32 km (20 mi) long strip of water attracts elephants, hippos, crocodiles, and buffalos, and it connects Lake Gorge and Lake Edward in Queen Elizabeth Natural Park. Take a boat tour along the channel to get close to these large animals. Over 60 species of birds and monitor lizards are also part of the scenery. While here, you can also visit a fishing village to observe native fishing activity. Add Kazinga Channel to your Queen Elizabeth National Park travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Queen Elizabeth National Park holiday builder app .
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  • We had a large group and were split into two boats. Both guides were friendly and knowledgeable. We really enjoyed seeing hippos in the water. We saw elephants on the bank and even a crocodile. There ...  more »
  • This was a fascinating boat trip and the on boat guide was very informative. We saw a huge variety of wildlife such as hippos, crocodiles and elephants as well as birds. .  more »
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