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 took the UWA boat. There was a running commentary that helped in locating the wildlife. No sooner was the opposite bank visible than we started viewing a number of birds close to the edge of the...  more »
  • The Boat ride along the Kazinga Channel which connects Lake George with Lake Edward is a fabulous experience! The sights of hippos and crocodiles lounging by the river is commonplace; but the...  more »

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