Answer: On the section of the Nile that we kayak (from Jinja to Busana), there are no hippos and 99% of the crocodiles have been wiped out. These animals were plentiful in this region prior to Idi Amin’s rule in the 1970s, however they have since all been poached out of the area.
After 20 years of rafting and kayaking and hundreds of thousands of customers enjoying the Nile there has never been a crocodile related incident.
If you want to see these animals on the Nile, you need to take a 8hr drive to Murchison Falls National Park.
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