Regardless of the fact that Lake Mburo NP is one of Uganda’s smallest Savannah national parks, its gift to the visitors are never forgotten, the park is rich in wildlife such as zebra, eland, impala, oribis, waterbuck, reedbuck, hippo, hyena, topi, leopard, and an estimate of 350 bird species.
In fact, this lake has the peculiarity of being only one of two parks in Uganda, the other being Murchison falls that is dwelling place to Rothschild’s giraffe, Giraffe Camelopardalis Rothschild, the most endangered subspecies of giraffe.
Day 1: Transfer to Lake Mburo National Park for a boat trip
After a very delicious early morning breakfast, your professional guide will first give you a simple briefing about the two days’ trip before commencing with the journey. The journey will take you through Uganda’s countryside with stopover being the drum maker’s stalls along the highway enabling you catch the sight of the locals practicing the art of making drums and several crafts. Thereafter, you will proceed to the Equator monument to witness some magical geographical demonstrations, take memorable photos and shop some souvenirs.
Upon finishing all the experiments, you will embark on a journey to the park, upon your arrival, check-in, freshen up, have lunch before heading for an awesome boat ride that as well will expose you to numerous aquatic life such as crocodile, school hippos, numerous birdlife like pelicans, malachite and pied kingfishers fishing, herons, cormorants, and the flamboyant fish eagle. Head back to your accommodation for dinner and overnight, the entire journey will only last for 4 hours.
Day 2: Have a morning Game drive & Back to Kampala
After a hefty cup of coffee while enjoying the amazing sun’s rays, we depart for a morning game drive in quest for the Impala, Buffaloes, Topi, and the largest herds of Zebras in Uganda, lately, Giraffes supplemented to the mammal list in Lake Mburo having vanished in the past years, meanwhile, you can enjoy the fascinating scenery in the national park, engage in horse ride.
Thereafter, you will start your return journey but stopping at the equator for lunch and proceed to Kampala or Entebbe to mark your 2 day trip.
End of safari.