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The 1 Day Mabamba Shoebill Bird Watching Tour is a whole birding that is suitable for birders in a day break from the towns of Kampala and Entebbe. The day excursion beings and ends in Entebbe presenting a whole day magical experience with the swamp environment on the shores of Lake Victoria sheltering counts of birds including the Vulnerable and rare shoebill stork. The swamp-dwelling Sitatunga is also present. The famous Mabamba swamp presents an impressive birding experience on canoe.

1 Day Mabamba Shoebill Bird Watching Tour

1 Day Mabamba Shoebill Bird Watching TourAfter early morning breakfast, you embark on the drive from your place of stay in Kampala/Entebbe to Mabamba Swamp around 50km from Kampala the capital of Uganda. The drive to Mabamba is an experience of its own offering chances of exploring various bird species like Papyrus Gonolek, White Shouldered Tit, Red Cap, Western Banded Snake Eagle, White Winged Warbler, White Spotted Flufftail, and Weyns Weaver. Upon arrival in Mabamba Swamp, you get to the canoe and head to the swamp in the company of a local person worth expertise in paddling through the narrow water channels surrounded by dense swamp vegetation.

Birding in Uganda`s Mabamba on Lake Victoria swamp features counts of birds including the rare and the Vulnerable Shoebill stork, the Allen’s and Purple Gallinule, Grey herons, Jacanas, Rufus Squacco, the globally threatened Pallid Harrier and Bellied Heron. Other species like the blue swallow, ducks, and egrets among other birds can be explored.  The swamp-dwelling Sitatunga antelope may be explored during the swamp tour. You will retreat from the experience and drive back to Kampala/Entebbe to mark the end of the excursion.

End of the 1 Day Mabamba Shoebill Bird Watching Tour.

Transportation by a safari vehicle


Services of English-speaking Driver/guide

En route lunches

However, the 1 Day Mabamba Shoebill Birding Tour package excludes expenses of personal nature like Visa, drinks, laundry, tips to local guides, telephone, porter fee while trekking, personal insurance, and tobacco.

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