Murchison Falls National Park
Murchison Falls National Park covering 3840 square km is most spectacular park of Uganda. Renowned for its diversity, scenic beauty and spectacular falls, the Murchison falls national park supports abundance of flora and fauna from rolling savannah, tall grasslands to thick bush and woodlands.
Murchison falls thunders from height of 43 catching and refracting sunlight in a never ending kaleidoscope of prismatic patterns. Here amazing wildlife variety seen through game viewing and cruise tour on Nile River.
Cape buffalo, Rothschild’s giraffe, Uganda kob, hartebeest and Waterbuck, spot Oribi, Bushbuck, Bohor Reedbuck, Sitatunga, bush duiker, warthog and bush pig found in the park include carnivores as lion, leopard and spotted hyena. Primates species as chimpanzees and olive baboons exist in the park with other wildlife species as hippo and crocodile found along Nile river bank.
Some of 424 species identified in the park include Shoebill found silently fishing at the delta point; other common birds include Goliath heron, Egyptian geese, Pelican, Bee eaters, Kingfishers, Hornbills, Cormorants and Saddle billed storks. Other activities conducted include fishing below the falls and a boat cruise to the delta for an amazing bird watching.