A visit to Rubondo Island National Park offers visitors a break from game viewing in the tranquil peace of a lakeshore setting. Exploring the islands within the park creates excitement for day trips. Fishing expeditions into Lake Victoria are easily arranged through the major lodges. Rubondo Island National Park is a relaxation from the rigorous safari circuit and a relaxing place from which to explore Lake Victoria.
A variety of water birds, Eurasian migrants and introduced African grey parrots.
A high density of African fish eagles distinctly seen.
Animal species including sitatunga, elephants, giraffes, hippos, bushbucks, pythons, crocodiles, chimpanzees (not fully habituated), bush pigs and suni.
The Lake Victoria forms a spectacular sight for visitors with the deepest point in the lake (Irumo) forming part of the park.
Magnificent view of one of the last remaining representatives of evergreen dense primary lowland Congolese forest with a unique habitat mosaic in the midst of high biodiversity value.
Beautiful and attracting beaches such as Fly catcher, Mchangani and Michicoco.
Important gulfs of Irumo and Kamea.
Clear sighting of both sunrise and sunset.
Cultural sites such as “Ntungamirwe”, “Maji Matakatifu”, “Altare” and “Solo” which explain the life of natives who once stayed in the park.
“Birds Islands”, a breeding site for waterbirds.