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  • BUJIRI –LAKE MBURO TOUR ITINERARY APRIL /OCOBER 2014
    LOCATION
    Lake Mburo National park is situated in Mbarara district. It is about 3.5 hours drive from Kampala . The park is accessed fro the Masaka- Mbarara road; turn left to Nshara gate ( 13kms past Lyantonde) or alternatively turn left at sanga trading centre (27kms past Lyantonde) which brings you through sanga gate.Both junctions have clearly marked signposts. It is about 13kms from sanga trading centre to sanga gate and 8 kms from the main road to Nshara gate. It is about 20 minutes drive from either gates to Rwonyo park headquarters.
    FLORA AND FAUNA
    Lake Mburo National Park is famous for its richness in biodiversity. It has about 68 different species of mammals. The common ones are zebras, impalas, buffaloes, topis, and elands that are herbivores and leopards, hyenas and jackals that are predetors. The park also has more than 315 different species of birds including the rare shoebill stork, papyrus yellow warbler, African fin foot, saddle billed stork, brown chested wattled plover, carruther's cisticola, tabora cisticola, great snipe, abyssinian ground hornbill and white winged warbler. The woody vegetation of lake Mburo is dominated by Acacia species, olea species and Boscia species.
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    NOT THAT SMALL GROUP IS MORE COSTLY THAN BIGER GROUPS.
    DEPART PERIOD DESTINATION NUMBER OF PAX PRICE PER PERSON IN USD
    APRIL 2014 BUJIRI –LAKE MBURO 30 PAX USD $ 550

    OCTOBER 2014 30 PAX USD 600
    ITINERARY
    DAY 1 BUJIRI TOWN
    Pick up early morning from Malaba border (border town Kenya / Uganda)
    To visit a local church in Bugiri for a session with the church and itsLeaders. Have lunch (which you Happy Tours must organize for them).They Request to do a small city tour / shopping in Bugiri if possible (city tour Can include any historic or good sites if any in Bugiri and shopping ismainly African artifacts and designs).
    Day Dinner and over night Bujiri town hotel lodge depend on availability.

    DAY 2 TRANSFERS TO LAKE MBURO
    Meet your safari guide who will warmly welcome you and depart by road to Lake Mburo National Park (the drive will take approximately 3-4 hours). Take a stopover at the Equator for a photographic opportunity and also some few interesting facts. Proceed to Lake Mburo National Park . This Park is an extension of the Tanzanian plains with big herds of zebra, impala, eland and other ungulates. Bird watching opportunities in this park are excellent - for birders, this is one of the best places to find African fin foot, papyrus bush shrike.
    DAY 2 NOON TRIP BOAT TRIPS
    After checking in, you will take a late afternoon game drive or a dug out canoe. The presence of Lake Mburo within the park is a blessing. The The lake is rich with a diversity of animals and plant species, which can only be viewed clearly while on a boat trip. These include crocodiles, hippopotami and birds like pelicans, black crake, heron, cormorant and fish eagle but you may also see the rare shoebill stork, all of which will furnish yourvisit with pride. The duration of each boat ride is 2 hrs maximum, but arrangements for extra time can be made with management at an extra
    Overnight Lake Mburo safari lodge
    DAY 3 NATURE WALKS
    In the morning – a wonderful chance to take a guided nature walk. This walk takes you to the Salt Lick Area. This well set wooden platform (Observation point) offers opportunities to encounter at least four various species of animals at any one point while they lick the salty soil.
    Return to the lodge for Dinner and over night. The park has a number of tourist tracks that are used for game drives. Impala track exposes the visitors to a diverse species of animals. Impala is the most common species viewed alongthis track although one may sight a number of waterbucks, warthogs, topis, and zebras. Zebra track leads to harems of Burchell's zebra ( Equus burchelli) with ohter species like bushbucks, oribi and reedbucks,. The Zebra track leads to the junction of Ruroko Track, a drivethrough a wetland basin and thick acacia shrubs and woodland, with olive trees and eurphorbia species, kopjes ( rock outcrops) found along the Ruroko track, are home to elusive klipspringers to which the rock is the best habitat.
    The Kazuma track passes through wooded grassland where black-bellied bustards often patrol the area. For visitors to experience a real exposure of LMNP, they should climd kazuma hill, which is high enough to enable them see they could have missed.

    DAY 4 TRANSFERS TO KAMPALA
    After a morning breakfast, we will drive back to Kampala stopping en-route for lunch arriving in the early evening
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  • @DRTRUPTI hi
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  • @bora_priya hi
    if u need ayurveda treatment then come to kerala
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  • I had a good experience getting a Lap band procedure done in India. Initially I was a little apprehensive but once I landed at the hospital, the experience turned out really well. The doctors were very professional and the infrastructure was impressive. I took help from folks at http://www.indiaheals.com and they helped me arrange the treatment and stay in Mumbai. Its been 10 months now and I look great. I wish the doctors and the staff success. Definitely visit Goa and Kerala if you get a chance.
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