Permits for sport fishing in Lake Mburo national park cost $15 for one day per person and $25 for four days.
Sport Fishing In Lake Mburo National Park
Sport fishing in Lake Mburo national park is carried out at Mazinga area and the park has around six fish species and tilapia is the most common fish caught during the activity
Uganda is occupied by water bodies which makes the country to be the most top sport fishing destination in Africa. Uganda has other water bodies apart from Lake Mburo, for instance Lake Victoria which is the largest lake in Africa and second in the entire world.
Sport fishing in Lake Mburo national park is also among the best activities done in the park and this activity is done in Mazinga place. Permits for sport fishing in Lake Mburo national park are obtained from Uganda Wildlife Authority or at park’s headquarters.
Visitors of Lake Mburo national park who are interested to do sport fishing should carry their own equipment and well trained guide is needed, this guide helps you to avoid the bad area also in the fishing process.
Tourists fishing in Lake Mburo are allowed to keep their fish they have caught and take them back home or at the hotel and prepare it. Some lodges have equipment for their visitors who are interested to do sport fishing and in case they do not have fishing gear yet everyone must have his own.
Lake Mburo is the largest lake among the 5 lakes found in Lake Mburo National Park. However the total number of lakes surrounding Lake Mburo sum up to 13 lakes including those outside the park. there is beautiful fauna and flora plus wildlife at the lake shores. Visitors can enjoy a one hour and a half boat cruise as they watch closely crocodiles and hippopotamus with water birds too. Boat cruise costs 15USD only. The boat cruise begins at 8:00am, 10:00 am, 12:00pm, 2:00pm, 4:00pm and at 5:30pm.
Permits for sport fishing in Lake Mburo national park cost $15 for one day per person and $25 for four days. This costs also include guide fee but you can decide to tip him or her by your own choice. Lodges are also available in the park for visitors for example Rwonyo rest camp, eagles nest Mburo, Rwokobo rock, Mburo safari lodges and among others. It will take you 3-4 hours to reach Lake Mburo National Park when coming from Kampala through Masaka.