Details of Quad Biking
Lake Mburo National Park is a beautiful area of varied landscapes. There are many species of animals and birds in Lake Mburo, you can expect to see herds of zebra, impala and eland, groups of waterbuck, buffalo and topi, families of warthogs and baboons. Sometimes you may encounter a solitary oribi or klipspringer, flocks of egrets speeding across the lake, pairs of crested cranes around a mud hole, black-backed vultures in a tree canopy or circling high overhead. There have been over 300 species of bird recorded in this park! And - there are no elephants or lions in this park, so it's just perfect to visit in on a quad!
Tour along the shores of the Nile river starting in Jinja promises jet different views, many wild animals at a close range, mammals, birds and fish.
Stop and soak in the amazing variety of life bursting along the shores of the cradle of life, the longest river of the world, the mighty Nile.
Quad biking Safari is yet another form of game safaris. Want to steer the course of your safari? Hop on a quad bike and explore - this is a self-driving game viewing!
Driving is strictly adherent to Uganda Wildlife Authority regulations, in particular no off-track riding or speeding. If you came here to race your friends you're not in a right place - these are game viewing safaris for small groups who want to experience the sights, sounds, smells and feel of Africa with the wind in their hair.
You are free to stop at any time and at a few points along the trail we all stop, switch off the engines and take in the pure cacophony of sounds in the untouched African bush.
There are only two places in Uganda, where you can steer your wheels – in Lake Mburo National Park and Jinja.
The quad bikes (ATV - All Terrain Vehicles) used are very simple to ride. Semi-automatic 250 cc machines with efficient silencers and very wide, low-pressure tyres for minimal impact on the trails. No previous experience is needed as the guides will train you in the basics and develop your skills along the way.
At signing on you get fitted with a helmet, goggles, an overall-suit, a bandana and boots. Your own closed footwear is of course just as well.