Uganda's smallest Savannah park, covering an area of about 370 square kilometres.
Home to Kigarama escapment, part of the Ruizi river valley, lake Mburo and four other smaller ones connected to each other by wetlands.The landscape
Papyrus swamps and wetlands in the south and areas around the lakes, grasslands and woodlands for much of the remaining areas.
Much of the park is hilly, with the exception of the western end which has rocky ridges and forested gorges.Animals to see there
Zebra, impala, eland, buffalo, hippo, oribi, defassa waterbuck, topi, reedbuck, warthog, leopard, spotted hyena, jackal, crocodiles and over 350 species of birds. What to do there
Camping, game viewing, day or night game drives, boat safaris, balloon safaris, picnics, walking safaris, horse riding, mountain biking, bird watching, sight seeing.Best time to visit
During the drier months of June to August and December to February.Location of Lake Mburo national park
On the southern end of Uganda — less than 100 kilometres from the western shores of lake Victoria
The Rwizi river valley makes up its southern border.How to get there
By road, about a 4 hour journey southwest of Kampala.
The nearest airstrip is a few minutes drive from the park, in Mbarara.References
1. By Vebjorl - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=35323988