Lake Mburo National Park is the smallest of Uganda’s Savanna national park, The varied flora of Lake Mburo creates a habitat for animals not seen in other major parks such as Zebra, Eland and Impala. A safe environment for non-vehicle based safaris presents a range of active safari activities such as horseback, mountain biking and walking safaris. Hippos, crocodiles, and a variety of water birds are also found in the five lakes within the park while the fringing swamps hide secretive papyrus specialists such as the sitatunga as well as the red, black and yellow papyrus gonalek. Protruding Rock kopjes provide panoramic vistas across this picturesque National Park.
Lake Mburo National Park’s rich biodiversity includes 68 species of mammals including buffalo, the occasional Roan antelope, Leopard, Hyenas, Jackals and Giraffes which have been introduced in the park recently. The over 350 species of birds includes Pelicans, Black crake, Heron, cormorant, fish eagle; you may also sight the rare Shoebill Stork, marabou stork, the bronze-tailed starling and even the more exotic Blue Naped Coucal, Bare-faced Go-Away Bird, Nubian Woodpecker and Swamp Flycatchers, etc.
Here you could: Take a boat trip on Lake Mburo, View herds of game from horseback, Get close to nature on foot or bicycle