Kenya No: +254724291139 | Whatsapp No info@ketsafaris.com UK No: +447831125414

Lake Mburo National Park

0
Send Us An Enquiry
Send Us An Enquiry
Full Name*
Email Address*
Your Enquiry*
* I agree with Terms of Service and Privacy Statement.
Please agree to all the terms and conditions before proceeding to the next step
Save To Wish List

Adding item to wishlist requires an account

19
Park Details

Unveiling the Beauty of Lake Mburo National Park

Lake Mburo National Park, a gem nestled in Uganda’s Western Region, offers a captivating safari experience distinct from its more prominent neighbors. Established in 1933, this park boasts a diverse landscape teeming with wildlife, making it a perfect destination for nature enthusiasts seeking an authentic African adventure.

A Tapestry of Landscapes

The National Park showcases a beautiful blend of ecosystems:

  • Open Savannas: Golden grasslands dominate the landscape, providing excellent opportunities for wildlife viewing.
  • Lake Mburo and Wetlands: The park’s namesake lake, along with additional interconnected lakes and surrounding wetlands, forms a vital water source for wildlife and adds a scenic touch.
  • Wooded Acacia Patches: Scattered throughout the savanna are acacia woodlands, offering shade and additional food sources for animals.
  • Rock Outcrops: Granite kopjes (rocky outcrops) dot the landscape, providing shelter for various creatures.

A Haven for Wildlife

Despite its relatively small size, Lake Mburo National Park shelters a surprising abundance of wildlife:

  • Unique Antelope Species: The park is a haven for several antelope species not commonly found elsewhere in Uganda, including zebras, impalas, and the elegant topi.
  • Elusive Predators: Keep an eye out for lions, leopards, and the occasional spotted hyena, although sightings may be less frequent compared to larger parks.
  • Herds of Elephants: Encounter majestic herds of African elephants roaming the plains.
  • Endangered Species: The park plays a crucial role in the conservation of endangered species like the Rothschild’s giraffe.
  • A Paradise for Birders: Over 300 bird species have been recorded in the park, including eagles, hawks, colorful storks, and elusive shoe
Map

Photos

Proceed Booking