Lake Bunyonyi also called a place of very many little birds is located in the south western part of Uganda close to the Uganda border with Rwanda and it is between the two districts of Kisoro and Kabale. It is the deepest lake in Uganda, second deepest lake in Africa after lake Tanganyika and the third deepest in the world with a depth which ranges from a minimum of 400 meters to a maximum of 900 meters with a length of about 25kms and width of 7kms with a surface area of 17.76 square miles. The distance from the country’s capital Kampala to Bunyonyi about 466 kilometers and it takes about 6 hours and 42 minutes to drive from the capital to Lake Bunyonyi. The beauty about this lake made it even be put on the five thousand shilling Uganda note.
The zip-lining adventure introduces you to swing on top of the calm waters of Lake Bunyonyi, the second deepest lake in Africa. High ropes are connected between trees on the opposite shores of the lake and travelers swing from one point to the other over the waters. The experience offers travelers with a fresh feeling of cold water breezes and excellent views of local communities, islands and rolling hills of Kigezi region. This adventure is worth enjoying during your Uganda safaris at lake Bunyonyi.
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