How to get to Lake Mburo National Park
It’s also known that Lake Mburo will not be the only national park that you will visit in Uganda, its most probably be a stopover to many parks to be enjoy on your safari. The park is located in the western part of the country and it’s over 228km/142 meters from Kampala. This drive also takes over 3 to 4 hours.
The Entebbe international Airport is also about 46km/29metres from Kampala, the capital city of Uganda. This will probably be your entry point into Uganda. The local operator that you will chose will arrange your pick up from the airport or to the hotel and will carry out all your safari transportation.
There are probably two roads that will help you reach Lake Mburo National park, branching off from Masaka – Mbarara road. One of these will help you access the sanga gate 37km east of Mbarara, and the other will help you to enter via the Nshara gate which is 20km from Lyantonde and 50km to Mbarara.
The other option can be by using public means where you will board a bus to sanga town and then get a private taxi or the boda boda to take you to Lake Mburo national park. You are as well as advised to use a 4×4 vehicle since the roads are so rough. There is also full list of companies that supply these vehicles as well as their contacts.
How to get the lake Mburo by yourself
The most important point to note here is that most of the national parks are in the remote areas. And so many kilometers from the public roads. It’s also known that unless you make arrangements with the lodge were you will be sleeping, the cost of inconveniences will be more expensive that mere using of a tour operator. There is nothing like getting to the park and you can’t do any other activity due to transport problems. This means that you need to be specific with what you want, and the opeartors need to be able to tailor the trip to the client’s needs.