Murchison Falls National Park is in north western Uganda, spreading inland from the shores of Lake Albert, around the Victoria Nile, up to Karuma Falls. MFNP, along with the adjacent Budongo Forest Reserve are a home of 76 species of mammals as well as Uganda’s largest population of Nile crocodiles. 450 bird species are present ranging from easy variety of water birds, including the rare shoe-billed stork, dwarf kingfisher, Goliath heron, white-thighed hornbill and great blue turaco, among others. Murchison Falls National Park is also very famous for the magnificent Murchison falls, with about 300-400 cubic meters per second of the Nile force through a tiny gorge of about 7 meters to plunge into a violent tempest in a whirlpool about 42 meters below.
Your Safari at a Glance
Day 1: Drive to Murchison Falls National Park and hike to the top of the falls
Day 2: Early morning game drive and boat ride on the Victoria Nile
Day 3: Early morning game drive through the park and drive back to Kampala.
Essential items to carry along for the trip
- A good lens camera
- Emergency raincoat
- Light weather clothes
- Heavy sweater for the chilly evenings
Inclusions in the safari:
- All meals and bottled water
- Game drives
- Top of the falls hike
- Park entrance
- Personal shopping
- Personal insurance
- Anything not mentioned above
NOTE: Accommodation facilities stated above are not fixed. Alternative accommodation can be arranged depending on the client’s preference.