Murchison Falls National Park is a popular home of the “Kabalega falls” also known as “Murchison falls” which are the world’s most powerful water falls by the volume of water emitted per second. The park is located in the far northwest of Uganda where the Nile joins lake Albert creating a magnificent delta point.  With a total area of over 3,893 km², Murchison falls national park forms Uganda’s largest conservation area, combining Karuma, Bugungu, Budongo and Kaniyo-Pabidi forest reserves. It sits along the shores of Lake Albert, about 5 hours’ drive from Kampala city, bordered by Masindi, Bulisa, Nwoya and Pakwach districts.

Murchison Falls National Park is without doubt Uganda’s most scenic wildlife reserve, with a lot to offer, including the must see water falls, albert delta, the big four mammals, a splendid hot air balloon, numerous hippos, a boat cruise either to the bottom of the falls or to the Albert Delta where you get chances to see countless bird species. You would obviously need to stay here forever. Murchison Falls National Park is a popular national park in Uganda as exemplified by the population of attractions and experiences it is endowed with. It is rich in bio-diversity teeming with animals, birds and abundant flora, its majestic falls as well as unmatched scenery at Paraa and the entire northern sectors.

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