Lake Nabugabo is one of the wonderful lakes which is adjacent to Lake Victoria, it is separated from Lake Victoria by a 4km strip of sand bar. The lake was formed as a result of sand dunes that were, the estimated 8.9ft of sediment core led to the separation Lake Nabugabo from Lake Victoria about 5000years ago. The lake is located in the south eastern parts of Kampala the capital city of Uganda and it is approximately 150km journey.
Lake Nabugabo is another best destination for the various visitors and the local natives who always visit the pace for spending the weekend in a nice looking environment. The place is ideal for people planning their wedding ceremonies, birthday parties and those who enjoy swimming in the unique waters away from Lake Victoria. These waters are crocodile free hence making it a better place to be due to the maximum security guaranteed. The place has got a number of tourism potentials including,
The place is a home to the five globally threatened bird species and a point where other birds flee to as they hide from harsh conditions from the different areas. The lake is a true palace for ornithologists and professional destination. In general, for people who love bird watching, nature walks, studying plants and herbs, fishing and boating in an exclusively quiet environment and therefore it is. This is a true ecotourism centre and every activity performed here is aimed at promoting and protecting the floras and faunas.