Lake Mburo National Park, which is 260 square kilometres in size, was gazetted in 1982 as Uganda’s fourth national park. It is composed primarily of grassland, wetland and acacia woodland habitats. At the centre of the park lies Lake Mburo which, together with 14 other lakes in the area, forms part of an extensive wetland system. The park is home to topi, eland, klipspringer, zebra, buffalo, oribi, sitatunga, and leopard as well as an excellent variety of water and acacia savannah bird species like crested crane, marabou stork and bronze-tailed starling.

Highlights of Uganda
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Highlights of Uganda

Spend your vacation exploring the highlights of Uganda and discover the very best the country has to offer. Interact and work with the women of the Buhoma community to weave...

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