In the northwestern part of Uganda lies a mighty Murchison Falls National Park the largest wildlife conservation area in the country that is named after the amazing River Nile that goes through the national park to Lake Albert on its way toward the north ending in Egypt. The waterway Nile that crosses this national park force it’s self into a narrow gorge and forms an incredible waterfall to this longest river on the world flowing down to turn into a peaceful river whose banks are thronged with hippos, crocodiles, waterbucks, buffaloes, elephants, and much more amazing water-loving animals and birds.
The fauna and flora in the national park are characterized by Savannah, river line forest, and woodland. A trip to Murchison Falls National Park rewards a lot of interesting tourist activities and watching a variety of animals like; lions, elephants, leopard, buffaloes, giraffes, heartbeats, kobs, Oribis, chimpanzees, and a variety of bird species including the shoebill.
Among the tourist activities, you will enjoy in Murchison Falls National Park include; Hiking the to the top of the falls, Bird watching, Game drives in the park, Chimpanzee trekking in Budongo Forest, The boat cruise on the Nile River, sport fishing, and nature strolls in the Budongo Forest.