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List of Lakes in Uganda


Uganda has been called a land of lakes because almost a third of the country is covered by water.

Approximately 18% of Uganda’s land surface of 236,040 km2 is covered by water. The country has 165 lakes with internal surface water resources estimated at 39 km3 yr-1, while groundwater is believed to be around 29 km3 y-1.

The lakes are a home to different aquatic life and offer opportunity for fishing as well as boat cruising for tourists while viewing different wildlife

The key lakes include the following;

Lake George and  Lake Edward are connected by the Kazinga Channel.

Smaller Lakes

The key smaller lakes include the following;

  • Lake Nyabungo is located in Masaka District, Central Uganda,
  • Lake Wamala is located in the districts of Mubende, Mityana and Mpigi in central Uganda.
  • Lake Mutanda is located in Kisoro District in southwestern Uganda,
  • Lake Kwania is in the Lira and Apac districts of the Northern Region of Uganda
  • Lake Nyabikere, is only 13km from Fort Portal on Kamwenge Road
  • Lake Nkugute is located along Mbarara-Kasese Highway in Rubirizi District
  • Lake Kyaninga is a Crater Lake situated with the Fort Portal Crater field.
  • Lake Saka located in Kabarole District in Western Uganda
  • Lake Bisina is located in Eastern Uganda and was formerly  called Lake Salisbury
  • Lake Mburo is located in Kiruhura District in western Uganda
  • Lake Bisina is Located on Kumi-Soroti Road in Kumi District
  • Lake Opeta is located on Katakwi-Magoro Road in Katakwi district
  • Lake Kitandra is located in Kanungu District adjacent to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

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