Lake Mburo national park is   the smallest of Uganda national parks, it’s   situated in western Uganda Kiruhura district after Masaka and lyantonde district. Adrive to lake mburo national park is approximately 4:30 hours with a few stop overs one at the equator along Kampala – Masaka highway, making it the shortest national park accessible from Kampala.

The drive to Lake Mburo national park from Kampala starts from   with pick up from your place of choice, presumably hotel   or preferred residence.   Later begin the drive through the Kampala traffic, it’s recommended to depart earlier so as to avoid traffic and also arrive in time for lunch and an afternoon boat cruise.  Proceed through Kampala Masaka high way through the green landscape with view gentle hills, homesteads and plantation granting one atypical experience of a Uganda safari.  The safari to lake Mburo  park  is only a safari   with a few stop over s one being at Mpambire  a drum making  village along the  highway , at mpambire  you will be taught on how to make all forms of drums, which is also regards as Uganda’s  royal regalia. After mpambire you will proceed to westwards to masaka   making another stop over at the Equator at Kayabwe town, you will have the opportunity to do the water experiment to distinguish the Southern hemisphere  from the northern hemisphere .

Proceed to Lake Mburo arriving in time for lunch, later lunch relax as you prepare to head for   a boat cruise.  Drive through the park as see some wildlife as you head for a boat cruise on the lake,  hop into the boats  and head to lake for a scenic  boat cruise  looking out for the beautiful  views of the lake  and wildlife such as the hippos, the cruise takes  at most  1:30 hours. Later after the boat cruise drive back to the lodge for dinner and possibly a born fire   usually done at the Mpogo lodge, head to bed and to conclude your day.

In the morning wake to a cup of coffee as you hop   in the car for to head for an early morning game drive.   As you head into the park, be I position to look out for the zebras which are the commonest in the park being viewed before you even enter the park.  Continue to the park looking out for water bucks buffaloes, antelopes, elands, oribis, giraffes, baboons, warthogs and a few bird species.  Later drive back to the lodge has late breakfast and later check out of the lodge, return to Kampala or destination of your choice.


End of the safari.

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  1. Ivan
    Ivan says:

    Small but lovely park. Always full of life in the rainy seasons. Amazing. The large numbers of Impalas and Zebras are a sight to behold. The large herds of eland are beckoning. Am amazing place


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