WHAT CAN I DO AT MWEYA PENINSULA OF QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK
Mweya peninsula is situated along the remarkable Kazinga channel bank on the northern side; the Kazinga channel merges Lake Gorge and Lake Edward, and Mweya peninsula joins the Kazinga channel track near Queen Elizabeth National Park’s main gate of Katunguru.
Mweya peninsula moves transversely up to the Kabatoro door with thick vegetation cover that is being ruled by the Candelabra Thorn. Mweya Peninsula's dense vegetation cover makes game viewing of small animals quite difficult; however, Queen Elizabeth National Park has other paths that are well maintained, thus making game viewing easier.
Queen Elizabeth national park travelers coming to visit the Mweya Peninsula take about a 2-hour boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel. The Kazinga Channel boat has a maximum capacity of 20 mechanized seats and is only operated by the park authorities, with only two rides per day, in the morning and late afternoon.
Mweya peninsula experience is often appreciated for its astonishing viewpoints above the Kazinga Channel waters, with extended sights all the way to Mount Rwenzori. Mweya Peninsula is among the finest places where travelers can eye-catch leopards and many other animals at Queen Elizabeth National Park.