Lake Bunyonyi Overview
Also known as the ‘Place of many little birds’, this is the second-deepest African lake reaching almost 3,000 ft. in some spots. The lake has 29 islands including the infamous Akampene (Punishment Island) where unmarried pregnant ladies were left to die.

The lake is the home to the exotic De Witte’s clawed frog, Spotted-necked otter, Caridina shrimp, etc. along with almost 200 bird species. You can enjoy swimming, canoeing, horse riding, and village walks here.

Location: Between Kisoro and Kabale Districts, South-western Uganda.

Timing: Dry season of December-February and June-July.
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