HeartofUganda tours will bring you to activities of a lifetime. Below are some of the activities you can look forward to participating in.

Game Drives

The network of game tracks in the east of the park passes a variety of landscape features; acacia woodland, wetlands, grassy hillsides, rock outcrops, and seasonally flooded valley floors. Early morning and late afternoon are the best times to roam the park in search of wildlife. An alternative view of the park, hopefully including sightings of animals rarely seen during the day, and can be seen clearly during the night is another storytelling experience.

Horseback Safaris

This is an exciting way to view wildlife, including eland and buffalo. Also commonly sighted are warthog, topi, impala, duiker, bushbuck, waterbuck, and zebra. The four-hour hacks will take you up to hilltop viewpoints with the option of bush breakfasts or sundowners.

Walking Safaris

Forest walk in Rubanga Forest: This forest offer a diversity of supportive habitat for birds therefore a very eye-catching place for bird watchers with over 40 bird species recorded. At Rwonyo, a guided walk leads to a salt lick where many animals are attracted to the salty rocks.

Hikes through the woodland also provide an opportunity to sight forest birds and mammals. Walk to the top of the hill rewards visitors with a view of 9 of the regions 14 lakes.

Boat Cruise

Lake Mburo is well-to-do with a variety of animal and plant species which can only be seen clearly if you take a boat trip. The Hippopotamuses, crocodiles and birds like Pelicans, Heron, Fish Eagle, Black Crake, and Cormorant can also be sighted here.


Lake Mburo NP contains about 312 bird species including White-winged warbler, the rare Shoebill stork, Crested Francolin, Brown parrot, Red-necked Spur, Common quails, Emerald-spooted wood, African grey hornbill, Nubian wood pecker, Trilling Cisticola, Coqui Francolin, Southern red bishop and so much more. The best birding spots in the park include the swampy valleys of Warukiri and Miriti, and the roadsides between Rwonyo camp and the jetty. There are viewing platforms at the salt lick, in Miriti Valley, and in Rubanga Forest.

Sport Fishing

Species of fish are found on Lake Mburo include lung fish, Tilapia and mud fish. Tourists can get a chance to catch fish using hooks. The designated fishing spot is at Mazinga. If you intend to fish, you are requested to obtain a fishing permit from Uganda wildlife Authority.