At 260 square kilometres (100 sq mi), Lake Mburo National Park is Uganda’s smallest savannah park. The park is located in Kiruhura district in the Western region of the country. Zebras, Mpalas, African leopards, hippos, common elands, warthogs, and hyenas, are some of the mammals found in the park. Also, the park is a habitat to over 300 bird species including; the Abyssinian ground horn bill, African fin foot, bare-faced go-away bird, hairy-breasted barbet, and the shoe bill stork.
The park has a wealth of engaging adventures; birding – normally done at the swampy valleys in Miriti, the viewing platforms near the salt lick and in the forest, boat cruises on Lake Mburo, game drives through a network of game tracks featuring a variety of landscape features – wetlands, acacia woodlands, grassy hillsides, seasonally flooded valley floors, and rock outcrops. Horseback riding, sport fishing, hiking and nature walks are some of the other engaging activities in Lake Mburo National Park.
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