Murchison falls national park

Murchison Falls National Park

Murchison falls national park is the largest of Uganda’s national parks covering a total area of 5,308 km with a pleasant wilderness area of rolling grasslands and wooded savanna, it’s also one of the most spectacular parks in Africa.

Renowned for its scenic beauty and spectacular falls from which it gets its name. It also has an abundant flora and fauna that never ceases to amaze visitors and residents alike, no visit to Murchison fall national park is complete without a visit to the top of the falls where its narrows from 50 meters to crash through a 7 meters gorge falling 45 meters to the rocks below, other residents in this park are lions, the Uganda cobs, antelopes, elephants, buffaloes, giraffes, hippos, baboons, leopards as well as over 650 different species of bird have been recorded here making it a prime target for birdwatchers.

In the Southeast, Rabongo Forest is home to Chimpanzee and rain-forest creatures. The Nile it ‘self hosts one of Africa’s densest Hippo and Crocodile populations and a dazzling variety of water birds including rare shoe-bill stork which are easily seen along the banks of river Nile.