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1 Day Lake Mburo National Park Safari

Code: FGVSAH
1 Day
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Description

This one-day tour takes you to Lake Mburo National Park for wildlife viewing, bird watching, boat ride and guided nature walk. The Park contains an extensive area of wetland and harbours several species of mammals including zebras, impalas, elands, topi and buffaloes. The bird population is also impressive including the rare Shoebill stork. Lake Mburo National Park is the only place in Uganda where Impala can be found and the best place to see large herds of Elands (African’s largest Antelopes). It is also the only park where a guided game walk is possible

TRIP DURATION 1 Day
DEPARTURE TIME
Please arrive at least 2 hours before departure
INCLUDED
Entrance Fees Accommodations
All transportation Professional guide
NOT INCLUDED
Communication charges
Guide gratuity

 

Itinerary

Travel to Lake Mburo National Park:

You will set off from Kampala at 6:30 am and head to the western part of Uganda to Lake Mburo National Park. The drive takes 3-4 hours with a stopover at the Equator for an opportunity to stand in both the northern and southern hemispheres at the same time. You will continue through the savannah grasslands dotted with settlements, plantations, and several herds of local long-horned Ankole cattle endemic to this part of the country.

Game drive and Boat launch on Lake Mburo:

Immediately you get to Lake Mburo National Park you will for a game drive in search of the plain game like zebra, hippos, crocodiles, eland, antelope, impala, and a variety of birds. You will have a lunch break after which you will go for a 2-hour boat launch on Lake Mburo which is endowed with a variety of water animals such as hippos and crocodiles and several bird species.

Travel back to Kampala

You will drive back to Kampala arriving in the late evening.

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