WHAT CAN I DO WITHIN LAKE BUNYONYI -UGANDA
Lake Bunyonyi is situated in south-western Uganda, just approximately 7 km from Kabale town, which lies on Uganda’s most beautiful lake. Lake Bunyonyi is embroidered with 29 different islands. Lake Bunyonyi is over 25 kilometers long and 35,000 feet deep, making it the second-deepest lake in East Africa.
Lake Bunyonyi is surrounded by the Kigezi steep terraced hills and lush green vegetation type and conveniently located in the beautiful scenery, remote area, and quiet ambiance for travelers who would love to chill out. Lake Bunyonyi's top activities include
Lake Bunyonyi has countless boats for hire, hence promoting a boat cruise experience on the banks of the lake, ready to explore the Bunyonyi islands all day. Lake Bunyonyi waters are safe for boat cruises, so travelers can move from one corner to another while enjoying the scenic views of the interlocking spurs with an experienced local guide as he or she tells you about the 29 islands and the tribes of people in the surrounding communities around Lake Bunyonyi.
A Lake Bunyonyi community visit is an amazing activity to unleash the Switzerland of Africa. A hike in these local community hills is refreshing and exhilarating. The hiking trails along the terraces, lush green vegetation, and banana plantations give travelers an opportunity to view all 29 islands of Lake Bunyonyi clearly. A community visit also gives you a chance to learn more about the traditions, mythical stories, history, and cultural beliefs that have been transmitted from one generation to another.
Bunyonyi means place of many small birds, for some reason. Lake Bunyonyi harbors approximately 200 different bird species, which include the rift valley endemic Albertine birds, migratory birds, and forest birds. Lake Bunyonyi bird species include the grey-crowned cranes, white-tailed blue monarda, red-chested sunbirds, flycatchers, slender-billed ball fetch, herons, weavers, egrets, and woodpeckers, among others, wondering along the lake's banks, which is a birders's haven.
Lake Bunyonyi is filled with fresh water that is bilharzia- and crocodile-free. The lake has no shore, but safety measures are in place to allow travelers to dive easily and safely into the open waters. Travelers always take their time to relax as they chill along the lake banks, sunbathing.
The canoe ride is the commonest transportation means on Lake Bunyonyi, which most communities use to make trips across Lake Bunyonyi within the 29 islands and to different parts of Lake Bunyonyi for personal business purposes. The canoe ride service is always available any time of the day or evening for anyone who would love to enjoy the morning sunrise and the evening sunset. Other activities include mountain biking. and ziplining, among others.