Launch Cruise Uganda or Boat Cruise Uganda
Launch Cruise Uganda or Boat Cruise expeditions are activities done on boats voyaging water bodies like lakes and rivers as part of wildlife safari or enjoyment. In Uganda, boat cruising as part of wildlife safaris is done mainly at Murchison Falls, Lake Mburo or Queen Elizabeth National Park. In Murchison falls national park, the exercise is done the bottom of the falls and in Queen Elizabeth National Park, it’s done along the Kazinga Channel, a water body that connect Lake George to Lake Edwards. During these amazing boat cruises, there are high chances of seeing birds and animals along the shores in need of drinking water.
Murchison Falls Launch Cruise Tours
The launch voyage upstream from Paraa offers an astounding exhibition of wildlife and culminates with an unforgettable front view of Murchison Falls. The launch cruises usually departs at 9:00 am and 2:00 pm daily and last three hours.
Highly recommended for bird watching lovers is the morning boat downstream to the Nile-Lake Albert Delta. This provides the best opportunity in Africa of spotting the indefinable Shoebill. This water voyage also enables you see a variety of wildlife like elephants, hippos and several birds. A serene sunset boat sail at 5.30 pm gives the definitive view of an equatorial sundown replicated on the river.
Queen Elizabeth National Park Boat Cruise Safari
The Kazinga Channel is a haven for numerous charming species that dwell in the park. Taking a boat excursion along the channel offers visitors the chance to tour just meters from hundreds of enormous hippos and buffaloes while elephants linger on the shoreline.
Averagely, 60 species of birds can be spotted during the boat trip. Ferrying up to 40 passengers, the Kazinga Channels boats warranty a seat with a sight as expert ranger guides describe the water, animal and bird stories. Boat tours on Kazinga Channel take two hours per an excursion and are done two to three rounds a day.
Lake Mburo Boat Ride