Murchison Falls National Park

Welcome to Murchison falls Uganda’s oldest and largest national park gazette in 1952. Located in northwestern region of the Albertine rift valley around Victoria Nile.  The park well known for its strongest falls and covers an area of 5,025 square kilometers the area is traversed by the Victoria Nile connecting Lake Kyoga with Lake Albert. A home for the big five elephants, lions, buffaloes, leopards and Rhinos (kept at Ziwa Rhino sanctuary) among other animals’ giraffes, hyenas, Uganda kobs, water buck, warthogs, Oribis, bush buck jackal and many others.   The park is also a home of over 450 bird species.

What to look forward to while in Murchison Falls National Park

  • Boat rides on Victoria Nile the bottom of the falls and hiking to the top of the falls
  • Game drive in Murchison falls national park
  • Spot fishing at the banks of the Nile below the falls.
  • Shoebill Bird watching during the dry seasons and other birds
  • Rhinos at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary