This 1 day safari will take you to Lake Mburo National park which is among Uganda’s smallest National Parks; the park has variety of wildlife species including the Impalas, topis, oribis, the defassa water buck, bush bucks, the common duikers, zebras, bofor reed buck, giraffes, kobs, antelopes, birds and many more. This national park was gazetted in 1933 as a protected hunting ground and up graded into a national park in 1983 to encourage the conservation of both vegetation as well as wildlife. Being a home to 5 lakes, these lakes act as habitats to many animal species especially the crocodiles and hippos and other animals are always found at the shores as well as birds. The Savannah lake also has two primate species including; the olive monkey and the vervet monkey. The Hyenas are sometimes spotted during the night as well as the leopard and the side stripped jackal.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Lake Mburo National Park|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please arrive at least 2 hours before the flight.|
1 Day short safari to Lake Mburo National Park
You will be picked up from your destination or at your lodge/Hotel by the driver guide after your breakfast. And you will be transferred to Lake Mburo National Park, and interesting but among the smallest National parks in Uganda. On your arrival, check in to the park and go straight for a game drive of about 3 hours, you will have wonderful views of many wildlife species including; the zebras, buffaloes, leopards, antelopes, Uganda kobs and many different bird species. You will have lunch at any lodge with in the park as you prepare for an afternoon boat cruise on the lake, while on the boat cruise there are chances of seeing animal species including; the hippos, topis, crocodiles, buffaloes and many other birds along the shores of the lake.
After the boat cruise, you shall leave the park and proceed to Kampala, it will be a great drive as there will be a stopover at the equator, here you will have chance to take some photos and a polar water experiments. Another stop will be at the local place where drums are made commonly known as Mpambiire Village, after the stop, continue with your journey arriving Kampala in the late afternoon.