Ssese Islands (Lake Victoria)
The Ssese Islands are an archipelago of 84 islands in the northwest of Lake Victoria, Uganda, in the nation's Kalangala District.
Some Islands are large and densely inhabited, others small and deserted.
The islands get their names from the enormous swarms of lakeflies that breed in giant clouds near the shores. Although this sounds irritating, the enormity of the swarms is quite a sight.
The Ssese islands are blessed with over 13 forests, uncountable beaches and over seven hours of sunshine. This makes the Ssese islands the most perfect destination for holiday, honey moons or relaxation retreat.
The islands are home to a variety of animals including primates.