Lake Mburo National Park is found in Kiruhura District in Western Uganda. The park is a haven for different wildlife species which is attracting Safaris to Uganda. Lake Mburo was gazetted in 1933 as a controlled hunting area and later became a national park in 1963 in order to protect the remaining wildlife species which were being hunted down by the surrounding community.
Lake Mburo is the smallest savannah National park in Uganda with 260square kilometers. In spite of that, the Park accommodates very large species of wildlife like Zebras, impala, buffaloes, different bird species, primates among others which are the Core of Uganda Safaris.
Different activities have been designed to enhance tourists’ experiences while on safaris in Uganda. These include game drives, boat cruise, birding, hiking and nature walk, sport fishing, and horseback safari.
Lake Mburo National park is also home to Lake Mburo and five other lakes that lie within the border of the park. These lakes are home to different bird species, reptiles, and hippopotamus among others thus a destination to visit while on Uganda safari.
Apart from Lake Mburo national park, Uganda has other nine national parks which are of great tourist attraction. Murchison falls national park also offers tourists the chance to view other wild animals not found in Lake Mburo national park-like elephants, lions, spotted hyenas, giraffes, and others. Kidepo valley offers cheetahs, ostriches, leopards, and lions; Bwindi Impenetrable forest inhabits the endangered mountain gorillas and popular for gorilla tours in Africa, Queen Elizabeth offers the tree-climbing lions, Kibale offers chimpanzees and other primates, Rwenzori Mountains also offers the only snow cape mountain in African.
Others include Semliki with a hot spring with boiling eggs, Elgon with the Sipi falls, and Mgahinga national park with mountain gorillas and the golden monkeys. In Uganda, tourists have a diversity of choices. So choose Uganda as your number one destination and enrich your experience.