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If you love great outdoor activities and imagines yourself as that unstoppable explorer, then you must tour Murchison Falls National Park. This national park is full of wonders that will take you back to that pure touch of nature and natural habitat that leaves you amazed upon exploring. A waterfall sandwiched between Lake Kyoga and Lake Albert. At the topmost part of it, large volumes of river Nile waters meander past the gaps in the rocks and find their way westward into Lake Albert. The thunderous noise created by these mighty waters and a thick fog that surrounds the place makes it a great tourist destination in Uganda.
Be ready to set your eyes on close to 70 species of animals that harbour here. More than half of the world’s Rothschild giraffes live in this park. As you explore more in-depth, you will encounter members of the Big Five, chimpanzees, numerous bird species, and Uganda Kobs.
This is the major tourist entertainment point in the national park. The thunderous noise by raging waters will invite you from a distance. Carry your cameras with you because even the misty fog won’t stop you from taking pictures of this breathtaking view.
This sanctuary was started in 2005. Its intention was and still is, to revive the white rhino population in Uganda. White rhinos then faced a grave threat from poachers to a point they were completely depleted. Today, this sanctuary is home to 22 southern white rhinos.
When on your game drive or out on a two-hour launch trip, you will get an excellent opportunity to see the numerous bird species that dwell in this park, including the rare shoebill stork. This is an excellent site for photographers and any tourist who gets mesmerized by giant crocodiles and healthy hippos.
We let you enjoy a thrilling experience with the energetic locals who live by the park. All you need to do is feel at home, sit by the raging bonfire and enjoy being entertained by traditional cultural dancers. A complete village tour indulges you into the Mubako lifestyle and works of craft done by local women.
Although this is an all-year-round park, the ideal time to visit is during the dry months of June, July, and from December to early February. Accommodations are plenty here from the luxurious lodges, budget lodges to mid range lodges.