Lake Victoria – Boat Cruises & Excursions
With our Head Office based in Entebbe we offer a variety of water based activities and excursions on Lake Victoria and around Entebbe.
Our Lake Fleet
Our Speedboats are the perfect craft for small group transfers, sunset cruises and larger fishing groups. Their light fiberglass hulls are strong enough to endure all conditions on the lake while providing a comfortable ride for all passengers and crew.
Our motorised canoes are a great, safe option for smaller groups wishing to economise on cost but not the experience. These are also great for small group transfers or fishing trips.
Our large motorised canoe is used for large group transfers and sunset cruises.
All our boats are new technology powered by Yamaha outboard engines and are equipped with lifejackets for all passengers and a comprehensive first aid kit. Communication with our base office in Entebbe is enabled by mobile phone and Radio when required. You can see pictures of all our boats here.
Our fleet of boats can cater for all group sizes and trip types. We can arrange sunset cruises on the equator, specialised trips, trips to Ssese Islands, Cheese & Wine cruises and much more. Read more about our Lake Victoria Leisure Cruises
We offer professionally run day and overnight fishing trips on Lake Victoria. Nile Perch – the largest fresh water game fish in the world, is the most sought after prize. Full Day and Half Day trips are available in addition to multi-day fishing trips. Read more about our Lake Victoria Fishing Excursions
Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sancturary
Ngamba Island is part of the Koome group of Islands located on Lake Victoria, 23km south of Entebbe, Uganda. It consists of approximately 100 acres, 98 of which are forested and for use by the chimpanzees. Wild Frontiers provides boat trips to the island twice a day as well as over-night excursions. We can also organise activities on the island such as Chimpanzee Caregiver and Integration Experiences. Read more about Ngamba Island
Uganda Wildlife Education Centre (UWEC)
UWEC was formed in 1994 as a trust to revive the neglected Entebbe Zoo and provide leadership in educating Ugandans about the benefits of conserving the country’s biodiversity. UWEC now hosts a number of Uganda’s endemic species and offer a number of “behind the scenes” activities, which can be organised through Wild Frontiers. Read more about UWEC