2 Days Lake Mburo National Park
Visit The Equator.
Visit Royal Drum Makers at Mpambire.
Visit Crocodile Farm in Buwama.
Canoe Boat Ride (look out for Crocs, Hippos, Pelicans, Heron, Fish Eagle etc).
Wildlife viewing (look out for Zebras, Impalas, Giraffes, Elands etc).
Beautiful Flora and Fauna.
You will meet with our guide & depart by road to Lake Mburo National Park. It takes about 5 hrs to reach. You will have a stopover at the Royal Drum makers, the Equator and the crocodile farm thereby taking memorable photo shots. Thereafter you will proceed to reach at the park late afternoon depending on choice of stay. Lake Mburo National Park is an extension of the Tanzanian plains with big herds of Zebra, Impala, Eland & other ungulates. Bird watching is a good opportunity for birders as it is one of the best places for African fin foot & papyrus bush strike. You will check in then go for late afternoon canoeing on the Lake its self. You will be able to view a variety of wildlife such as Crocodiles, Hippopotamus & Birds like the Pelicans, Black Crake & the Heron & Fish Eagle. Also you may see the rare Shoebill stork all gives you pride in your safari. After, return back to your camp.
Dinner & Overnight at Mantana Tented Camp/ Basic Rwonyo Camp/Igongo Hotel:
Have an early breakfast then go for your Game drive with a dedicated safari guide. The drive will take you for about 3-4hrs where you will be exposed to an Impala track leading you to a diverse species of animals. Impala is the most common species viewed along this track however there are other animals viewed alongside it like the water Back, Warthogs, Topes & Zebras. You will then drive back, en route to Kampala arriving early afternoon.
The cost of all ground transportation & Fuel.
Driver/Guide & his associated expenses.
Park entrance fees.
Accommodation, Food & Water.
Game drives and other related activities.
Personal spending money
Alcohol and soft drinks
Tips to the driver/guide
International and domestic air tickets
Lake Mburo National Park is located in Kiruhura District in Western Uganda. The park is situated about 30 kilometres (19 mi), by road, east of Mbarara, the largest city in the sub-region. This location is approximately 240 kilometres (150 mi), by road, west of Kampala, Uganda’s capital and largest city. The coordinates of the park are:00 36S, 30 57E (Latitude:0.6000; Longitude:30.9500).
The park has a variety of animals such as zebras, hippopotami, impala, warthogs, elands, buffaloes, jackals, leopards, and over three hundred (300) bird species. At 260 square kilometres (100 sq mi), the park is the smallest of Uganda’s Savannah national parks. The park has camp grounds and permanent tent facilities for visitors. Kimbla-Mantana African Safaris operate the only luxury tented camp inside the national park – Lake Mburo Tented Camp. In 2009, the Uganda Wildlife Authority, which manages the park announced plans to introduce balloon tourism in the park.