The Five Foot
Traveler

Reaching New Heights








The Five Foot
Traveler

Reaching New Heights








The Five Foot
Traveler

Reaching New Heights








The Five Foot
Traveler

Reaching New Heights








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In Queen Elizabeth National Park, we took a river cruise on a small boat down the Kazinga Channel so we could see the animals from the water. From hippos to crocs to water buffalo and elephants, it was an experience to remember. Read more at www.thefivefoottraveler.com

Since we'd already such a variety of animals on our previous game drives, we decided to see them from a different perspective. In Queen Elizabeth National Park, we took a river cruise on a small boat down the Kazinga Channel so we could see the animals from the water.

In Queen Elizabeth National Park, we took a river cruise on a small boat down the Kazinga Channel so we could see the animals from the water. From hippos to crocs to water buffalo and elephants, it was an experience to remember. Read more at www.thefivefoottraveler.com

We saw tons of water buffalo and hippos in the water near the riverbank, and we caught sight of a large crocodile sunning itself on the shore!

In Queen Elizabeth National Park, we took a river cruise on a small boat down the Kazinga Channel so we could see the animals from the water. From hippos to crocs to water buffalo and elephants, it was an experience to remember. Read more at www.thefivefoottraveler.com

I turned to watch a nearby hippo submerge, and when I turned back, the croc was in the water next to our boat too. 

In Queen Elizabeth National Park, we took a river cruise on a small boat down the Kazinga Channel so we could see the animals from the water. From hippos to crocs to water buffalo and elephants, it was an experience to remember. Read more at www.thefivefoottraveler.com

As our tour of the Kazinga channel neared its conclusion, our boat driver went past the dock because he saw something…up ahead a herd of elephants emerged from the trees for a drink from the river!

In Queen Elizabeth National Park, we took a river cruise on a small boat down the Kazinga Channel so we could see the animals from the water. From hippos to crocs to water buffalo and elephants, it was an experience to remember. Read more at www.thefivefoottraveler.com

There were about 15 in all, including two adorable little guys!

In Queen Elizabeth National Park, we took a river cruise on a small boat down the Kazinga Channel so we could see the animals from the water. From hippos to crocs to water buffalo and elephants, it was an experience to remember. Read more at www.thefivefoottraveler.com

We watched them splash water on their backs to cool off in the Kazinga Channel from the early afternoon sun, and drink their fill before retreating back to the trees. It was a sight to behold.

In Queen Elizabeth National Park, we took a river cruise on a small boat down the Kazinga Channel so we could see the animals from the water. From hippos to crocs to water buffalo and elephants, it was an experience to remember. Read more at www.thefivefoottraveler.com

En route to Isunga Lodge, our accommodation for the night, we had a brief pit stop at the Equator! Pretty cool indeed.

In Queen Elizabeth National Park, we took a river cruise on a small boat down the Kazinga Channel so we could see the animals from the water. From hippos to crocs to water buffalo and elephants, it was an experience to remember. Read more at www.thefivefoottraveler.com

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