3 Day Uganda Tour – Lake Mburo National park Overview
Our 3 day Lake Mburo wildlife, boat, and walking safari are best suited for those staying in Mbarara or Kampala and have some nights to spend in one of the smallest but closest national Park in Uganda.

Lake Mburo National Park is recovering from the wildlife-human conflicts of the 1970-the 80s where some important animals like lions were killed to extinction.

With efforts of the Uganda wildlife Authority to restore Lake Mburo to its former glory, some animals such as lions and giraffes have been restored. Kindly Enquire from here...

3 Day Uganda Tour – Lake Mburo National park  Itinerary in Summary
Day 1: Start your 3 days Lake Mburo wildlife, boat, and walking safari

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Day 2: Morning game drive and afternoon boat cruise on the Lake

Day 3: Morning safari walk and transfer to Kampala/Mbarara

Detailed Itinerary

Day1. Drive to Lake Mburo national park.

You will be picked by the guide who will meet and brief you about this 3 day Lake Mburo wildlife, boat, and walking safari.

You will be driven to Lake Mburo National Park passing small towns along Kampala-Mbarara road arriving in time for lunch, short relaxation, and a brief evening game drive.

This tour provides an opportunity to stop at the Equator crossing for photography and some experiments to prove that indeed this is the center of planet earth. Our 3-day Lake Mburo wildlife, boat, and walking safari also stop at Mpambire royal drum makers for you to see how local drums are made out of trees and animal hides and skins.

Check-in at your lodge, have lunch and prepare for a brief late afternoon game drive.

Day2. Morning drive and afternoon boat ride.

After breakfast, your driver-guide will drive you to the park for a game drive or a safari walk depending on your interests.

Lake Mburo National Park has a bad history of Wildlife and humans to the extent that major animals like lions were hunted/killed to extinction but due to improved relationships between the government and the local communities, animals and communities co-exist together.

Because of this many animals have been re-introduced including lions (rarely seen though) and giraffes.

A game drive in Lake Mburo National Park will guarantee you herds of buffaloes, zebras, impalas, birds and so much more without driving so much.

Retire to the lodge for lunch, relaxation, and then an evening boat cruise on the Lake.

After lunch and short relaxation, you will be driven to the lake to meet your captain of the day who will take you for a two-hour boat excursion.

Lake Mburo boat cruise is an opportunity to see hippos, crocodiles, water birds such as the African fish eagle and the rare African finfoot.

Many animals such as buffaloes and antelopes gather here to drink some water so an opportunity to enjoy wildlife most especially marine animals.

After your boat cruise, you will retire to your lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 3: Last game drive and transfer back to Kampala or Entebbe.

After breakfast, you will be met by an Uganda Wildlife Authority ranger guide who will take you through briefing and then for a safari walk on foot.

This activity is suitable for those who would like to stretch their legs and view wildlife on foot. 

At the moment, it’s only in Lake Mburo where you can do a safari on foot.

You will get an opportunity to see what you could have seen on any game drive except that this time around you will do it on foot.

Check out of the lodge and drive back to Kampala with lunch served en route.