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3 Days Murchison Falls National Park Safari

Murchison Falls National Park is a national park in Uganda and managed by the Ugandan Wildlife Authority. The park is in northwestern Uganda, spreading inland from the shore of Lake Albert around the Victoria Nile. Together with the adjacent 748 square kilometres (289 sq mi) Bugungu Wildlife Reserve and the 720 square kilometres (280 sq mi) Karuma Wildlife Reserve, the park forms the Murchison Falls Conservation Area (MFCASAFARI OVERVIEW

The Northern part of Murchison Falls National Park comprises of open savannah and dotted woodland that harbors a variety of animals and bird life. This is and area for game viewing and photography

A three hour launch cruise down the bottom of the falls following River Nile is special and enjoyable as visitors see hippos, crocodiles, elephant waterbucks and many water birds.

Bird watchers who love to hear and see different birds singing, swimming, eating, playing, nesting and relaxing have to take a special boat towards the associated swamps along the Albert delta

MFCA and the adjacent Bugondo Forest Reserve have 76 species of mammals as well as Uganda’s largest population of Nile crocodile. 450 bird species are present ranging from easy variety of waterbirds, including the rare shoe-billed stork.[5] to Bugondo’s 59 ‘restricted range’ species, dwarf kingfisher, Goliath heron, white-thighed hornbill and great blue turaco are some of the species among them.

Murchison Falls National Park is Uganda’s largest national park. It measures approximately 3,840 square kilometres (1,480 sq mi). Murchison Falls National Park is bisected by the Victoria Nile from east to west for a distance of about 115 kilometres (71 mi).

Murchison Falls National Park is the location of the famous Murchison Falls, where the waters of the Nile River squeeze through a narrow gorge, only 7 metres (23 ft) wide, before plunging 43 metres (141 ft) below. Also in the park, adjacent to the Masindi-Gulu Highway, are the Karuma Falls, the location of the under-construction 600 megawatt Karuma Power Station, which will be Uganda’s largest power station when it comes online around 2018

As you enter the park, a view of Budongo forest, rugged terrain of the western Rift valley and; the top of Murchison falls where water cascades through a narrow gorge 45M deep forming continuous uproar with visible rainbow through the day, all make your dreams come true.