Lake Mburo National Park is located in western Uganda and covers an area of 370 square kilometers. The park is home to five lakes and is known for its diverse range of animals and plant species, including over 68 mammal species and over 313 bird species.
Some of the most common animal species found in the park include impalas, zebras, buffaloes, hyenas, topis, and road antelopes. The lakes are home to crocodiles, hippos, and water birds, while the swamp is home to secretive species such as the Sitatunga antelopes and black and yellow papyrus ganalex.
The park is also home to a variety of fish species, including, lungfish and mud fish, and visitors can participate in fishing activities.
Lake Mburo National Park is one of the few places in the country where authorities allow visitors to conduct walking safaris, and it is also the only park where visitors can take part in a game drive on horseback. Horseback riding is a popular way to view the wildlife found in the park.