Lake Katwe Explosion Crater Drive Overview
These fascinating million-year-old volcanic craters were created by explosions violent enough to create these humongous dents in the earth that resulted in saltwater lakes or lush meadows. You can’t miss getting on what’s called the most scenic drive in Uganda to see dozens of these grass-filled craters, lakes where salt is extracted, views of the iconic Rift Valley, Kazinga Channel, and the Rwenzori Mountain chain.

This 27-kilometer long drive also offers stupendous views of vast savannah plains, huge elephants & buffaloes herds, etc.

Location: Queen Elizabeth National Park, Rubirizi, Uganda.

Timing: Early morning or late evening hours during January-February and June-July.
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