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SawaSawa Lake Mburo National Park
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Lake Mburo N. P. is a very special place. Every part of it is alive with a variety and interesting mix of colours contained in an extensive area of wetland. It is in fact one of the only two such habitats to be included within a National Park in Uganda. It harbours several species of mammals; Zebras, Impala, Buffaloes, and lots of birds. Birds here include bill storks which are found nowhere else in the country. Its sculptured landscape with rolling grassy hills and idyllic lake shore has a varied mosaic of habitats forest galleries, seasonal and permanent swamps and rich acacia wood valleys which all support a wealth of wildlife. With our Uganda safaris and tours you are able to see more of these attractions.
The park is only 260 sq. km being the smallest of the Ugandas savanna National Parks Its mosaic habitat, dry hillside, rocky outcrops, bushes thickets, open and wooded savanna forests, lakes and swamps are home to a surprising diversity of plants and animals.

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Lake Mburo National Park 1,220-1,828m / 4,003-5,997ft
Area370 km2 / 143 mi2 Distance AttractionsThe main feature of the park is Lake Mburo and four other lakes, which form part of a 50km-long wetland area. The main vegetation is open savanna, but the park is becoming increasingly covered by woodland due to the absence of elephants. The savanna is interspersed with patches of forest and rocky outcrops. Papyrus swamp and riparian woodland surround the lakes.
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