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Lake Mburo National Park

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Mbarara, Uganda
+256 41 4355000
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US$348.00*
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Lake Mburo National Park Guided Day Tour from Kampala
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US$525.00*
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Full-Day Lake Mburo Tour from Kampala
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  • Very good48%
  • Average13%
  • Poor2%
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Mbarara, Uganda
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Reviewed 1 week ago

So many zebras , impala, topis, baboons, warthogs, buffalo and hippos. For lack of a better way to explain it, a very high concentration of wildlife. I have been to other national parks and game reserves and here there seemed to be wildlife at every...More

Thank Samantha256
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This National Park does not have the big four or five animals but it has zebra, giraffe and other antelopes by the score. (It was the only Park in Uganda where we saw zebra. Bird life is extensive both in numbers and species. It is...More

Thank Les W
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

If you are in Kampala, Uganda and do not have time for a long weekend costly trip to the major attractions (i.e. Murchison Falls, Queen Elizabeth National), then Lake Mburo National Park is a convenient, affordable and worthwhile, one day or two day weekend trip....More

Thank Jahowo
Reviewed 25 October 2017

The zebras! And giraffes! And monkeys! And impalas! And birds of all kinds! And so much more amazing wildlife. I highly recommend the walking safari - William, a Lake Mburo ranger, is a wonderful guide.

Thank Anne L
Reviewed 15 October 2017

A nice easy drive although I went in dry season so there was a lot of dust around. The park has well,planned dirt roads that go through the park without encroaching on the natural terrain.

Thank Katrina H
Reviewed 1 October 2017

We had good game sightings. We were lucky to see the few giraffes that have been brought in since they had become extinct in the park. The highlight for us (our 4th trip to Africa) was the huge herd of Eland - for their size...More

Thank CINTraveler
Reviewed 12 September 2017

Not Uganda's number one park but a unique experience with walking safari that puts you face to face with the zebra and impala (not to mistaken for Uganda Kob). Picturesque woodland Savannah with highlight of Giraffes, which you won't find in Queen Elizabeth.

Thank James H
Reviewed 27 August 2017

The lake is special and the trip around the lake on a small boat is a must. (the small boat gets you closer to the shore and the shorebirds. We had wonderful sightings of the rare African Finfoot plus loads of other birds.

Thank Joy F
Reviewed 16 August 2017

This was the last reserve we visited over 15 days. We entered the park just as thunder and lightning struck - followed by torrential rain so we saw very little. However, the next morning we took a guided walk around the edge of the park...More

Thank Sarah M
Reviewed 16 August 2017

Lake Mburo is not at all well known. It is easily behind Queen Elisabeth NP (tree climbing lions), Murchison Falls, and Bwindi (gorillas) in Uganda, but this park gets much less credit that it deserves. BUT, this is a good thing for you because you...More

Thank jaredkidder
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asiimire1982
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Ashley W
8 May 2017|
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Response from Patrice M | Reviewed this property |
Hello, the walk safari is done with an armed ranger. Now to answer to your question : just turn it the other way round: how far do the animals stand away from you before running away? These are wild animals afraid of... More
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Giulietta B
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Response from Y-eddie45 | Reviewed this property |
From Kampala you can get on the bus preferably Global Bus that can be accessed in Kisenyi bus terminal then you make a stop at Igongo Cultural Centre and country Hotel and then you set off with the guide from her to the... More
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