This is one of the small national parks which can be located through the Kampala Mbarara route or the highway. As you are moving to the Queen Elizabeth National Park, you might decide to pass via the lake Mburo National park before you continue to the Queen Elizabeth National Park.
The park is more of a swamp and it is found in western Uganda in Kiruhura District. Lake Mburo national; Park is known for having the highest concentration of zebras in the whole of Uganda and other animals are limited in number because the park was marred with poaching and illegal activities that restricted an increase in the population of the wildlife within the Park.
Lake Mburo National Park features a lot of activities and this park is known for the exciting wildlife nature walks and if you are interested in taking the nature walks then you need to ensure you visit the Lake Mburo National Park. the park still enjoys more than 350 species of birds and other wonderful wildlife and these include the hippo, topi, reedbucks, Defassa, leopards, eland, and others. The park as well features a lot of lakes because more than 20% of the park is covered with wetland and thus favors a lot of lakes and those that are can stay for longer even when the conditions are dry and their seasonal as well.
Lake Mburo National Park is a normal combination of splendor, with timberland gorges, borders, sections of papyrus swamps, and riparian forest places. Birding, which is supported by a variety of bird animal groups such as bate Lear, coqui francolin, and dim delegated crane, among others, is one of the many activities you can undertake from this mix of environments. You can also go on send-off tours in Lake Mburo National Park, wildlife drives where you can see zebras happily grazing in the fields, climbing and nature walks, and sport fishing, among other activities.
Once you have visited the Lake Mburo National Park, you will drive out from the Lake Mburo National Park and proceed to the Queen Elizabeth National Park which is not far away from the Lake Mburo National Park. Queen Elizabeth National Park is boarded by several districts that include Rukungiri, Rubirizi district, and Kamwenge districts. The Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the most visited national parks in Uganda and this has been attributed to having a lot of the wildlife species that the park do encompasses which are well distributed throughout the park which makes the park so much interesting and wonderful
The moment you involve in the Queen Elizabeth National Park, you will be able to enjoy a lot of activities that are carried out within the lake and these include the boat cruise on the Kazinga channel. Kazinga channel is the major tourist attraction in Queen Elizabeth National Park and it acts as the center for the animal’s convergence especially during dry conditions. You will enjoy herds of elephants and buffaloes. See the school of hippos and a lot of the bird species that are found in the Kazinga channel.
A lot still exists in the wildness of the queen Elizabeth National Park. The park features a lot of quality accommodation lodges and hotels where you can stray, you will enjoy the chimpanzee tracking in Kyambura gorge as well as seeing the other primate that includes the olive baboons, the monkeys which can be encountered while visiting the Kyambura Gorge. Other than the chimpanzee trekking, the park a lot offers outstanding game drive safaris where you will be able to see a lot of interesting species such as the pride of lions, enjoy the elephants doing their daily activities among others several activities and this makes the place so much wonderful.
The twenty-seven-kilometer pit lakes journey from the sovereign edifice will provide you with a “one of many” view of Queen Elizabeth Park. A vast savannah area dotted with acacia trees may be seen from the sovereign’s structure. Over the vast expanse of undulating hills and savannah plains of Queen Elizabeth National park, you may also get a good view of the Rwenzori mountain ranges. However, according to a guest survey, the cavity lakes are the most beautiful feature of Queen Elizabeth National park.
A wonderful morning or evening visit to the Laker Katwe salt works will able you to enjoy the various stories that are behind the salty mines. Endeavor to explore the Katwe town and enjoy the craft shops inform of shoes, huts, and jumpers among others which is so much clear and interesting. Lake Katwe is one of the best destinations where you can go for cultural walks in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
The park still features a lot of safari activities and these include the tree-climbing lions which are found in the Ishasha sector, enjoy the nature walks and the birding safaris in the forested areas of the Maramagambo where you will find a lot of the bats and the millions of the bats found in the cave and understand the culture which can be explored through the visiting of the fishing villages either in Katungulu, Katwe, and the Kasoga community.