2 Days Lake Mburo NP

Lake Mburo NP

Do you have only 2 days in Kampala? Within about 4 hours from Kampala lies one of the smaller national parks of Uganda, Lake Mburo National Park.

If you have your own group then you can choose your own departure date.

Because poaching is almost done, this park has a lot of animals within her boundaries. It is the only park in Uganda where impalas live. During game drives you will see plains zebra, one of the largest antelopes in Africa the eland, lots of bushbuck, Defassa waterbuck, topi, common duiker, warthogs and smaller mammals like dwarf mongoose and marsh mongoose. After an absence of years lions can be found again, but you need a lot of luck to see them. Leopard and spotted hyena are also residents of the national park. Lots of birds can be found too during a game drive in the park. In the papyrus swamps the mysterious shoebill breeds and the shores of Lake Mburo belong to the best places in Uganda to see the African finfoot. So, don’t forget to make a boat trip on the lake.


 Accommodation at Nature Lodges Mburo Eagles Nest is situated on a hill top, just outside the park. Have a drink and watch the animals on the slopes of the hill. Unforgettable.

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Lake Mburo NP

You only have only 2 days in Kampala? Within about 4 hours from Kampala lies one of the smaller national parks of Uganda, Lake Mburo National Park.

If you have your own group then you can choose your own departure date.

Because poaching is almost done, this park has a lot of animals within her boundaries. It is the only park in Uganda where impalas live. During game drives you will see plains zebra, one of the largest antelopes in Africa the eland, lots of bushbuck, Defassa waterbuck, topi, common duiker, warthogs and smaller mammals like dwarf mongoose and marsh mongoose. After an absence of years lions can be found again, but you need a lot of luck to see them. Leopard and spotted hyena are also residents of the national park. Lots of birds can be found too during a game drive in the park. In the papyrus swamps the mysterious shoebill breeds and the shores of Lake Mburo belong to the best places in Uganda to see the African finfoot. So, don’t forget to make a boat trip on the lake.