Murchison falls National Park Safari is leading Savannah National Park in Uganda best recommended for a Uganda Safari, it’s one of the diverse eco-region still with the Veteran trees from the previous ancient generations managed by the Uganda Wildlife Authority in the north western Uganda, with a full crown of Uganda wildlife recipes, some showing signs of age and others with an iconic preference of the pearl of Africa.
Nothing much to resit on a Murchison falls National Park Safari Uganda other than being a part of the nature’s offerings in the Savannah spreading inland from the shores of Lake Albert, rotating around the inky blackness of the Victoria Nile waters, up to the Karuma Falls nearby the Kigumba-Gulu Highway.
This is one of the best Savannah destinations recommended for a holiday Safari in the pearl of Africa to have an authentic taste to the wilderness, with Bugungu Wildlife Reserve being an additional recipe to the Murchison falls National Park all in to cover 720 square kilometres.
Best Activities in Murchison falls National Park
Murchison falls Hike
Your tour guide, will take you through the majestic tall trees opening out to the Murchison Falls, also known as Kabalega Falls. It’s just a short Murchison falls hike to the top, the place is a vivid niche of coldness full of a bliss-pool of humid vapour. It gives you an experience watching the waters of the Nile forcing it’s way through the squeezed narrow gap in the ancient rocks 7 metres wide into the gorge which is less than 10 metres.
Birding Safari Murchison falls National Park
The Murchison falls is also a ecological dome to Uganda bird species, for bird lovers enjoy splendid sightings to more than 400 water loving birds, and others seen in the Savannah. It’s a leading destination for bird lovers who love birdwatching. Most of the endemics including, the rareshoebill, herons, kingfishers, Green-breasted Pitta, Broadbills, Turacos and many more.
Murchison falls National Park Game Drive
We were hear by 9:00am and ready for the game drive after getting satisfied to the Murchison falls, the park still exists with ancient and veteran trees just like it was 50 years back. The savannah is a is a hideout to most of the predators, carnivores, herbivores, reptiles among others. On our Murchison boat cruise, we spotted crocodiles, water loving birds, Warthogs, hippos. Through the old desperate-looking juniper trails, we saw a lion, leopard, kobs, monkeys, birds, buffaloes, baboons not to mention but a few.
Other activities in the Park, Include Nature walks, Hooney moon trek, Murchison boat cruise, Chimpanzee tracking in Budongo forest among others.