Murchison Falls National Park, Masindi

#1 of 45 in Nature in Uganda
Must see · National Park · Nature / Park
Take a safari ride and a boat tour for excellent wildlife viewing at Murchison Falls National Park, the largest and oldest conservation area in the country. The Nile river bisects the park, passing through a 7 m (23 ft gorge) before tumbling in spectacular 45 m (147 ft) waterfalls over Albertine Rift Valley. On your tour you may see elephants, lions, buffalos, giraffes, vultures, and monkeys, as well as the nation's largest population of crocodiles. Stretching from the shores of Lake Albert, the park also support many birds, including the rare shoe-billed stork. Add Murchison Falls National Park to your Masindi travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Masindi trip planner.
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  • The best National park you will ever visit, Bisected by the Longest river in the world. It gives you an amazing Boat cruise to the bottom of the most powerful falls in the world. With a glimpse of...  more »
  • Outstanding views, easy access, Good paths. Especially impressive after rain, so easy to get to as tarmac from Masindi side and part tarmac from Tanga Gate  more »

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