Guided Nature Walks in Lake Mburo National Park

Unusually, the whole park is open to walkers as long as they are accompanied by a ranger guide. At Rwonyo, a guided walk leads to a salt lick where many animals are attracted to the salty rocks.

Walks on the western side of the lake begin at 7am and take two hours. At this time of day, you may encounter hyenas returning to their dens and hippos retreating to the lake. Hikes through the woodland provide an opportunity to sight forest birds and mammals, while the walk to the top of the hill rewards visitors with a spectacular view of 9 of the region’s 14 lakes.

Of particular interest to walkers and birders is Rubanga Forest, which may be visited by prior arrangement and in the company of a ranger.All walks should be booked in advance.

There are many exiting adventure activities that you can engage in during your stay at the Mpogo Safari Lodge. You can choose to simply spend your time relaxing at this secluded Lodge itself or choose to exploring the wild side of Lake Mburo National Park, get soaked into the breathtaking landscapes in the elegant surroundings of Mpogo Safari Lodge.

If you feel you want to explore and experience more, Mpogo Lodge is the perfect place to start from;

Experience the milking adventure in Mpogo safari lodge as you explore Lake Mburo National park.


Bee Keeping Adventure


Bahima cultural house in Lake Mburo Park

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Goat Keeping in Lake Mburo


The best spots or birding in this park include; the swampy valleys of Miriti and the Warukiri as well as the roadsides between Rwonyo camp as well as jetty. These are good viewing platforms at 6 the salt lick, in the Rubanga forest and Miriti valley. The species of birds mainly seen here include; Coqui Francolin, Emerald-spotted Wood, Rufous-bellied Heron, Bateleur, Brown-chested Lapwing, Grey Crowned Crane, Bare-faced Go-away-bird, Red-faced Barbet, Green Wood-hoopoe, Red-headed Lovebird, Ross’s Turaco, Black-bellied Bustard, Nubian Woodpecker, Red-shouldered Cuckoo-shrike, White-headed Barbet, Yellow-breasted Apalis, Finfoot, Common Scimitar bill, White-winged Tit and the Brown Parrot , Long-tailed Cisticola, and many more. The Rubanga forest can also be visited using a vehicle or on bare foot. This is a good place for the birders and immediate arrangement can be made with the warden. This is where you can only see the red faced Barbet which is the forest featured species.

Being in an environment rich in wildlife, the lodge is proudly engaged in a range of activities that make our guests enjoy their stay. The wide compound nested under shady trees provides a comfortable environment for the guests to watch the nearby wildlife that come close to the compound its self. Read More

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