LAKE VICTORIA: A BIRDING AND FISHING ENTHUSIAST’S DREAM
One of Africa’s Great Lakes, Lake Victoria is Africa’s largest lake, bordering three African countries: Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda. This impressive 68 800 km2 (26 600 square mile) body of water is the third largest freshwater lake and largest tropical lake in the world.
AFRICA’S LARGEST LAKE
With its scenic setting and long shoreline, Lake Victoria is ideal for avid birdwatchers. Commonly seen birds include bee eaters, swamp flycatchers, warblers, sunbirds, queleas and various species of weavers.
The Lake is also very popular among fishing enthusiasts. The Lake supports shimmering shoals of brightly coloured cichlids and large Nile perch, one of the most popular game fish in the world.
Also unforgettable are the striking sunsets, the perfect way to end a fun-filled day on the Lake.