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My family and I were so fortunate to stop here on our Safari guided by Kazinga tours! We were one of the few that even got to see leapords and hyenas on our night game drive! I highly recommend visiting Lake Mburo National Park!
A great place to see the wild animals of Uganda - except for lions and elephants. The giraffes were a highlight and the boat ride on lake Mburo is a must if you want to see the crocodiles hippos and bird life. Saw a wide...More
A great way to break up the journey of Bwindi to Entebbe, is staying a couple of nights in Lake Mburo. We stayed in the Eagles Nest Lodge that's situated outside the park but only 5 minutes drive from the entrance gate. Admission fee is...More
This is a savannah park. The predators are scarce here. Apparently only 1 lion and several dozen leopards but we didn't see any predators at all. Nor did we see any elephants. We did see lots of antelope, zebras, giraffes though. A nice side safari...More
Lake Mburo Park was gorgeous. This park is home to tons of wildlife including over 900 zebras. They were beautiful! We also saw a group of giraffes (including babies), mongoose, waterbucks, Buffalo, hippos, impala, vervet monkeys, baboons, warthogs, and topis. The lake is gorgeous and...More
Brilliant park for animal lovers: we arrived at 3pm in the afternoon and did not expect to see so many animals. It is as if there were posing for the cameras. The highlight was obviously the giraffe. I was able to get close enough (60m,...More
Relaxed park, because no significant lion numbers. Animals venture outside park as the borders with surrounding farmland are porous.Can walk among the zebras, warthogs,waterbucks impala and hartebeest.Saw one hyena. Also saw eland which wa a first for me. The water safari on lake Mburi was...More
Lake Mburo is the smallest national park in Uganda and the closest park to both Kampala and Entebbe. It’s easily accessible by road with about 3 or 3,5 hours’ drive from Kampala/Entebbe and a 5-6 hours’ drive from lake Bunyonyi and therefore a popular place...More
Response from ourplanetinmylens | Reviewed this property |
Yes, you're able to camp with your own gear. Check out Rwonyo Rest Camp managed by UWA. It's in the park and you can either choose one of their basic bandas or you will get a space to pitch your own tent. The... More
Yes, you're able to camp with your own gear. Check out Rwonyo Rest Camp managed by UWA. It's in the park and you can either choose one of their basic bandas or you will get a space to pitch your own tent. The park also has other public campsites. I don't now exactly where the campsites are, but I would suggest contacting UWA.
As far as I know cycling through Lake Mburo without a ranger is allowed, but they'll probably suggest a ranger anyway. Walking is not allowed without a ranger. Just be careful because the park does have buffaloes, hippos and hyenas. Occasionally leopards are spotted as well.
Response from Airways T | Reviewed this property |
Hello Stacy, We are specialist in this excursion, Animals are not termed and in that case We can't allow you ride alone without a gun ranger guide in the Park, Also you can opt to ride the bicycle around the Park and... More
Hello Stacy, We are specialist in this excursion, Animals are not termed and in that case We can't allow you ride alone without a gun ranger guide in the Park, Also you can opt to ride the bicycle around the Park and villages around.
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Response from Christopher W | Reviewed this property |
We were on a self-drive safari. Fees payable at the gate for two adults and car, for were 321,000 Ugandan shillings. This was for a 24 hours pass to enter/exit the park as often as you wished in this period.