Lake Mburo lies in south-west Uganda, near Mbarara. As it is "just" 260 square km (about 100 sq.miles), it is a great place to get close to Warthogs, Zebras, Buffalo, a range of antelopes, and many, many birds, including Shoebill and the country's national bird, Grey-crowned Crane. It is not the best place to see Lion or Leopard, though they are here. The park is mostly acacia-dotted savanna, but the centre-piece is Lake Mburo itself where Hippos abound. There are accommodations of all standards both within and just outside the park.
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