Lake Bunyonyi, truly interpreted translated as place of little birds is the loveliest and an astonishing spot to unwind. This is a new water lake thought to be the second most profound lake in Africa after Lake Tanganyika in Tanzania. The lake covers a territory of around 61 square kms at 1,962 meters above ocean level. This crisp water lake is 25km long and 7 km wide with a differing profundity between 44meters to 900meters anyway the water levels proceed to rise and its most extreme surface temperature reaches 25℃/77℉. It is one of only a handful couple of lakes in the locale that is free of bilharzia and safe for swimming, encompassed by wonderful terraced slopes that are 2,200 to 2,478 meters high and seriously developed. Lake Bunyonyi is encompassed by lovely terraced slopes. These slopes are terraced by the nearby Bakiga clan living here as they complete development on subsistence level offering excellent view. Lake Bunyonyi is adored by both neighborhood and universal sightseers and a prescribed spot to visit on the off chance that you cherish water, culture, excellent wide open landscape and loosening up minutes. Lake Bunyonyi has around 29 Islands.<
Bird Watching, Nature Walks, Hiking, Boating , Canoeing, Fishing, Swimming.
Without a doubt, Lake Bunyonyi is the most important to see. There are 29 Islands to explore on Lake Bunyonyi, you can discover the interesting villages, woodland, nature walks are on the whole conceivable outcomes while here.
You can climb, go for nature walks both on the Islands and around the Lake – your scenery, generally, will the picturesque Lake Bunyonyi.
The word Bunyonyi – implies spot of little fowls and Lake Bunyonyi is home to more than 200 types of bird species.
The vegetation cover on these islands not only adds to the beautiful greenery across the lake but also harbors some wildlife. More than 250 types of birds have been recorded and it is this bottomless birdlife that really gives the lake its name Bunyonyi which signifies "the spot of manybirds." Some islands have timberland and tree estates and these harbor some monkeys.