Guided Nature Walks In Lake Mburo National Park
Visitors are allowed to walk anywhere in Lake Mburo National Park in the company of an armed ranger. Near the rest camp, the hilltop Interpretation Centre is derelict but a good viewpoint, while the road to the jetty is a good place to walk, being rich in birds and regularly visited by hippos.
An even better target is a viewing platform that overlooks a salt-lick about 2 kilometers from the camp, an excellent place to see a wide variety of animals.
Of particular interest to hikers and birders is Rubanga forest, which lies off the Rwizi track and can be visited with the permission of the warden, who will provide you with an armed ranger.
The walks begin early in the morning at around 6:30 am. Another nature walk starts at 7:00 am and runs for 2 hours.
All walks should be booked in advance.
Guided Nature Walks Fees In Lake Mburo National Park (Per Person)
- US$15−Foreign Non-Resident Visitors
- US$15−Foreign Resident Visitors
- UGX 10,000−East African Citizens