What comes to your mind when you hear the name ” Uganda”. Is it that it is just one of the many small African countries?; Or one of the many countries struggling to balance their boat politically?
Well and good. You might probably be right, but have you ever went to see Uganda specifically. Have you ever asked your self what might be taking place and existing in this country beyond balancing the political boat? Did you know that Uganda is one of the very few countries gifted by nature, whose beauty has however not been discovered by many people and probably including you?
From today we will seek to call your attention to the Beauty of Uganda , which was the only reason, why the famous British Prime minister could not find any other words to describe this beauty apart from, ” The Pearl of Africa.” Uganda’s Beauty ranges from the location of the country along the equator, to the occupation of the country by peoples who have not only a lot to in common, but also a lot of differences in language and culture. The beauty does not only stem from her attractive climate, but also from the gift of wildlife spread in different parts of this East African country.
The first thing I will talk about today is the place that I have visited a sometimes back and would love to visit all the time.
This Lake Mburo National Park.
This Pearl is located in the Western part of the country, between the newly born cities of Masaka and Mbarara. To your information, Lake Mburo is the smallest Savannah national park in Uganda. The size of the park and it’s rank in size does not in any way represent the number of attractions that this place has.
On your seven day Safari on this beautiful park, you would be able to spend your time with a special breed of Zebras, so gentle, health and beautiful, and very many, that you would think they occupy the park alone. Later in this great tour, you would be surprised to discover that the number of kobs, warthogs, giraffes, buffalos and monkeys is as big as that of the Zebras. You would then be comforted by the hundreds of bird families that decorate the sight and the air.
Just in the south of Lake Mburo, you will sail on one of the most beautiful lakes in the Western part of Uganda. On this water trip, you will not only meet a lot of Hippos, but also crocodiles trying to enjoy the waters the same way you will doing.
You may choose to sleep in the cottages inside the park or in the hotels a few minutes drive from the park.
Just book a 7 – Days trip with Bird’s Nest Safaris and all this will be part of your memories soon.
We are looking forward to Touring with you the smallest but gifted Savannah national park in Uganda; Lake Mburo National Park.