At last, we are at the conclusion of this journey through this incredible park, considering its size.
We had the chance to see and appreciate very different species and got to finally see them in real life.
A venue of vultures on a tree.
This was my first safari and I truly loved it. My first but not my last.
In fact, in 2 weeks I am going to undertake another and much longer challenge: Murchison Falls National Park.
Skulls of several animals, including an hippo (the largest one).
I am writing just to inform you that I am going to post throughout this week pictures from my first trip to an Ugandan national park.
Sunset in Kampala
Last Sunday, with some friends, I went to the Lake Mburo national park (near Mbarara) to have a day trip.
It has been amazing and I feel we have been rather lucky as we visited it during the afternoon (the best time to see the fauna is either in the morning or in the evening, when the animals go back to the lake to get some water); but we’ve managed to see impalas, which, in Uganda, only lives in Lake Mburo, zebras, as well as baboons, buffalos and a hippo. Very exciting!
Andrea – our house cat
I don’t think I need to add anything more.
So, stay tuned!