where is kazinga channel
The Kazinga Channel is a long natural channel that links Lake Edward and Lake George and is a part of Queen Elizabeth National Park. Lake George is a small lake with an average depth of only 2.4 meters. It gets its stream from the mountain Rwenzori, outflows it through the Kazinga Channel, and drains it into Lake Edward, where water levels are very low. Kazinga Channel is popular for a huge wildlife tourism area with a varied range of large animal concentrations such as hippos, Nile crocodiles, and birds on the shores.
Kazinga channel's most famous activity is the boat cruise that kicks off at 9 a.m., with another shift at 11 a.m., 3 p.m., and 5 p.m. Booking can be made with Devine African Safaris, Facing the Kazinga Channels is another magical Mweya Peninsula, which offers travelers the opportunity to view hundreds of water birds like pelicans and flamingos and huge mammals such as hippos, Cape buffaloes, African elephant herds, warthogs, bushbucks, waterbucks, and antelopes. By luck or chance, you can spot lions or leopards along the Kazinga Channel banks.