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Lake Mburo National Park is the closet to Kampala city and one of the less visited National Parks in Uganda. There many filming opportunities in Lake Mburo National park that needs to be highlighted. This article is intended for those filming in Lake Mburo National Park in terms of what can be filmed, where to stay, how to get there and so much more. Normally tour operators use Mburo National Park as stopover from Bwindi Impenetrable National Park for gorilla trekking.

Requirements for filming in Lake Mburo National Park

Filming in Lake Mburo National Park requires one to process a filming permit from Uganda wildlife Authority. You will also need Media Cards from Uganda Media Council and of you are bring in your filming Equipment, you will need to clear them with customs at any entry point. Encounter Africa Safaris can do all this work on your behalf when and if contacted.

What to film in lake Mburo National Park

Though a small national park, Lake Mburo has several wild animals that are worth filming. These include giraffes, buffaloes, hippos, crocodiles, impalas and other antelopes, leopards and so much more. Lake Mburo Swamps also inhabit the rare shoe bill stock plus many other birds. These are some of the animals that can be filmed in Lake Mburo National Park.

Where to stay while filming in Lake Mburo National Park

Lake Mburo National Park has several accommodation facilities that can be used by film crew members. These range from Luxury to Budget facilities. Film crew members intending to stay in luxury lodges can book at Mihingo Lodge, Mantana Tented camp or Rwakobo Rock and Lake Mburo Safari Lodge for Mid Range. Those interested in Budget lodges, Rwonyo Camp and Eagles Nest can do. Encounter Africa Safaris, your number one fixer company in Uganda, can reserve and book all the above mentioned services as well as providing transport and fixers for your filming in Lake Mburo National Park

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