Boat Safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park
Take a break from the safari vehicle with a serene boat safari along Queen Elizabeth Park's famous Kazinga Channel.
Connecting Lake Edward and Lake George, motoring along this stretch of water is an ideal way to see Africa's wildlife from a different angle. From a multitude of brightly coloured birds to buffalo, hippos, crocodiles, and monitors - it's a safari unlike any you'll get on dry land.
Your Journey Mapped Out
Ready to set out? Your adventure awaits!
- DAY 1 - QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK
DAY 1 - QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK
Lasting a few hours, your cruise takes you along the channel in search of the diverse bird and animal life that can be found along the shores of this manmade waterway. While bird watchers are going to find this especially engaging due to the park's more than 550 species of bird, animal enthusiasts can expect to see a variety of mammals and reptiles along the shoreline as well.
Why not combine your game drive through Queen Elizabeth National Park with an unforgettable boat safari?