LAKE BUNYONYI TOURISM ACTIVITIES
Swimming, lake Bunyonyi a Crocodile free, hippo free, and – Bilharzia free. This means it is safe for travelers to swim as they enjoy their stay at Lake Bunyonyi. However, Lake Bunyonyi is a deep lake as it was ranked the second deepest Lake in Africa, therefore you must be a good swimmer, although Swimming can also be done at some lodges with a swimming pool.
Dug-out canoe boating, use an ancient dugout wood boat for canoes with a drive and a guide who will help you explore the 29 Islands on lake Bunyonyi, discover the quaint villages, and forest. Lake Bunyonyi canoes can take the whole day or for a few hours depending on the traveler’s choice.
Nature walks and hikes, Lake Bunyonyi nature walks, and hikes are so rewarding activities that take you to view the beautiful sceneries, bird species, and wildlife. Lake Bunyonyi nature walks don’t require a lot of physical effort with a professional guide.
Hiking in Lake Bunyonyi reveals an insight into the beautiful scenic of tranquil nature, through small villages where travelers will have a chance to interact with indigenous people. Hiking involves idyllic hamlets in the villages with garden hills terraced surrounding Lake Bunyonyi.
Mountain biking, riding mountain bikes can be taken as you enjoy the local people and their communities, view Lake Bunyonyi's beautiful scenery, hamlets as you feel authentic Africa.
Bird watching, lake Bunyonyi is among the best birder’s destinations with very many little birds, it harbors over 200 bird species which makes it another birding haven.
Travelers may choose to do birding activity on the great boat safari with a professional birding guide as you explore the 29 islands, these birds are always along the shores of the lake.