Fast forward, October 2018 was in the vicinity and that only meant that the Uganda Travel Month was upon lovers and fanatics of domestic tourism. The Uganda Travel Month is known for it’s action-packed and fun-filled adventure of Uganda’s top ‘must visit’ spots & tourist destinations at an unbeatable price.

Off we went, to conquer Lake Mburo and find out everything it had to offer

Uganda Travel Month takes place from late September to the last weekend off October giving tourists up to 4 weekends of uniquely crafted “Scheduled Trips” to a selected idyllic travel location for you to experience with friends.

It’s the only place in southern Uganda to see zebras and the only park in the country with impalas, slender mongoose and giant bush rats
A Warthog wondering is a common sight too.
The Game Park is known to have wildlife in abundance

Trip one was destined for Lake Mburo National Park, home to over 350 bird species as well as zebra, impala, eland, buffalo, oribi, Defassa waterbuck, leopard, hippo, hyena, topi and reedbuck. The scenic view at Lake Mburo is surely one to always look out for and be in awe for Uganda’s smallest savannah national park and underlain by ancient Precambrian metamorphic rocks which date back more than 500 million years.

The Trip was special, Mburo was special and the drinks were ‘special’
The slay was not left in Kampala
For those that heeded to the ‘carry extra clothing for the weather’, it was a smooth trip

To the journey to conquer Lake Mburo National, the travel buses were indeed party buses as the party, fun and excitement never seemed to stop throughout the 4-hour trip. Nile Special beer on board to make the journey special and Total Excellium to make ensure a smooth trip. The trip to Lake Mburo was for 2 Days and 1 Night of epic fun and awesomeness

The nights were warm, we were told of stories of Lake Mburo and jokes around a bonfire….
The tea was endless…so were the conversations
Radio City’s Slaughter Elly made sure the music flowed

The Photos that came through from the trip speak volumes;