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Lake Mburo National Park

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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  • Excellent36%
  • Very good48%
  • Average13%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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“boat ride” (14 reviews)
“nice park” (8 reviews)
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Mbarara, Uganda
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+256 41 4355000
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A great place with exothic animals and beautiful landscapes. The Kazinga channel was cool to visit, and the elephants were worth the visit alone.

Thank Graabein
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We have been on safari many times but this was the first place where we could walk amongst the animals which was a completely different experience.Williams our ranger guide was full of information about the animals we saw and their habits which made the two...More

Thank Karen W
Reviewed 9 June 2017

My group of four visited Lake Mburo National Park as part of a 13 day safari with Gorilla Trek Africa. Our guide, Sam Elliott, took us three game drives in the park: late afternoon, night-time, and morning Sam has a keen knowledge of all of...More

Thank mqduke
Reviewed 7 June 2017

It's a tiny park but the zebras definitely make it work a stop over. We really enjoyed our time there and the views of the lake were amazing. We even were able to see a few giraffes!

Thank Krmuwumba
Reviewed 6 June 2017

We saw hundreds of baboons, impalas, zebras, monkeys, Akole cows, goats, sheep, and friendly villagers. This place is gorgeous and serene. We stayed in a lodge outside the park and we did not have to pay the park fee unless you entered the exact park....More

Thank scubamaui
Reviewed 24 May 2017

Here you can see many animals and have a fatastic meal and a ride and a boat. Do not miss it you will feel an exclusive experience

Thank claudiof1408
Reviewed 30 April 2017

We loved the safari drive and the boat ride on Lake Mburo. All of it was amazing and everyone we encountered with the UWA were so friendly and knowledgeable. Wonderful experience. Our only bummer: we didn't see the only lion in the park! :( Guess...More

Thank portersfromdaburg
Reviewed 2 April 2017 via mobile

it is my second time at lake mburo national park. My first time was during the dry season. So this time I wanted to try it out during the wet season or rainy season of April. The last time I visited there were no giraffes....More

Thank Joshua Denzel M
Reviewed 23 March 2017 via mobile

We had a chance to visit this national park both late in the afternoon and in the morning. In the morning we had a guide with us and he guided us on a walking safari. To my understanding this is a fairly small national park,...More

1  Thank 161kirsin
Reviewed 7 March 2017

We were in Lake Mburo for 3 nights staying at the Mihingo Lodge and used 1000 Shades of Green for our safari guide (was excellent). Due to the war a few decades ago, the predator population is almost non-existent. While you won't likely see any...More

Thank David H
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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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