It has the same elongated feature characteristic of all rift valley lakes and is 612m deep. Lake Albert named after Albert prince consort of Britain in 1864 by Sir Samuel Baker a British explorer and the first European to spot the lake, like Lake Edward is shared between Uganda and Congo. Besides the beauty of the lake, the people around the lake are mainly a fishing community and are a subject of interest especially late morning when they erupt into a flurry of activity for the day’s catch is coming in.
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