Enjoy a morning drive that also happens to include birding in the park with about 313 different bird species to see. Some of the birds include the rare shoebill stork, the white-winged warblers, the black-billed barbet, the crested francolin, the brown parrot, the red-necked spur, the emerald-spotted wood dove, Temminck's courser, common quails, the greenwood hoopoe, the blue-napped mouse bird, the barefaced go-away bird, the African grey hornbill, the nubian woodpecker, Trilling Cisticola, the lilac-breasted roller, Coqui Francolin, the red-necked spur fowl, the black-bellied bustard, the African-wattled plover, rufous napped and flappet larks, rufous-chested swallow, southern red bishop, and the yellow-throated long claw among others. The fringing swamps in the park also hide secretive papyrus specialists such as the red,
black and yellow papyrus gonalek.
In the afternoon, you go on a boat ride on Lake Mburo.
Dinner and overnight will be at one of the lodging options on offer.