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Lake Katwe Explosion Craters

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Explosion crater lakes in Uganda can be found around Queen Elizabeth national park. They are located in the northern part of the Mweya peninsula the main Crater Lake is ‘Lake Katwe’ the number one salt distributor in Uganda the lake is 3,265 feet depth not able to habituate any animals because of salty water however […]

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The Mweya Peninsula

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The Mweya Peninsula is located on the northern bank of the impressive Kazinga Channel at the convergence of the channel with Lake Edward. The area of the Mweya peninsular includes the Channel Track all the way down to Katunguru gate, then across to Kabatoro gate which has a chunky ground cover with dense vegetation dominated […]

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Lake Katwe and Salt Mining

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Lake Katwe is known for its substantial salt production, found in Kasese in south western part of Uganda bordered by Queen Elizabeth National Park Lake Katwe is a customary lake on which salt mining is done, formed through long ago volcanic eruption close to 10 000 years back. The adjacent local community extracts the rock […]

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Mountain Rwenzori National Park

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Mountain Rwenzori National Park is located within the “Mountains of the Moon”, as Mount Rwenzori is called. Mountain Rwenzori is situated in Western Uganda in the East African Rift Valley and straddles also to the Democratic Republic of Congo and its conservation area known as Virunga National Park. The mountain is the third highest in […]

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Banded Mongoose in Queen Elizabeth Park, Uganda

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The Banded Mongoose is native to Africa, and is mainly distributed south of the Sahara. This range extends across Africa, from Gambia to northeastern Ethiopia, and down to South Africa. Well, you might need a closer look and details of the Banded Mongoose. If you desire to have an up close encounter with the Banded […]

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Bird Watching

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Uganda is among the most well-known birding destination in the whole of Africa. It has a diversity of bird species a number of which are not easily spotted in any other part of the African continent. There are several birding destinations within the country and these have made Uganda certainly one of the finest birding […]

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Bird Watching

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This is the greatest of any East African national park, and a phenomenal number for such a small area. The park’s confluence of savanna and forest, linking to the expansive forests of the DR Congo allow visitors to spot East as well as Central African species. Present in the park are numerous water birds, woodland […]

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The Kazinga Channel

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The Kazinga channel is  a wide, 32-kilometre (20 mi) long natural channelconnecting the two Lakes; Lake Gorge (which is to the east) and Lake Edward (which is to the west). This channel is among the most important features in Queen Elizabeth National Park (which is the most well-liked game reserve in Uganda covering an entire […]