Lake Victoria Overview
Known locally as Nam Lolwe, this spectacular lake is not only Africa’s largest lake but is also the world’s largest tropical lake, making it one of the top Uganda tourist places. This lake that feeds the Nile is said to be almost 4 lac years old and is loved for its amazing biodiversity and vibrant fishing communities.

It is one of the two spots in Africa where you can see a sunset without even being near the coast. It has three islands like Mfangano, Rusingo, and Ndere that are inhabited by local fishermen and are the source of fossils dating back millions of years. It is bustling with rare wildlife species like the African Clawless Otter, Defassa Waterbuck, Cichlids, Chimpanzees, Sitatunga, etc.

Location: Tanzania and Uganda, bordering Kenya.

Timing: Anytime during the low humidity months of June-August.
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