Murchison Falls National Park
Lying at the Northern end of the Albertine Rift Valley, Murchison Falls is Uganda's oldest and largest conservation area. Containing 76 species of mammal including 4 of the big 5 and 451 bird species makes Murchison a fantastic safari destination. But the park is most famous for the falls themselves where the Nile squeezes through an 8m wide gorge to create the famous Devil's Cauldron, one of the world’s most powerful water flows, creating the trademark rainbow.
Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary (on the way to Murchison from Kampala/Entebbe)
Located in the north west of Uganda bordering Congo, Murchison is around a 7-hour drive from Kampala/Entebbe.
As one of Uganda's most popular national Parks, there is a wide range of accommodation is available in Murchison to meet all kinds of budgets.
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