Murchison: The world’s most powerful waterfall
Over a century has gone by since Winston Churchill famously described the fame rich plains around Murchison Falls as ‘Kew Gardens and the Zoo on an unlimited scale’ – and his words still hold true today.
Murchison Falls became one of Uganda’s first national parks in 1952 and with a size of 3,840km2 it’s the largest park of Uganda. Visit the dramatic Murchison Falls and stand in awe as you watch the world’s longest river explode through a small gorge.
The River Nile
The River Nile in the park has a dazzling variety of birds including the world’s most accessible wild population of the rare shoebill stork. In the lush grassland at the north of the Nile, elephants, buffalo, giraffe and variety of antelope are regularly encountered. For the adventure of a life time, book with us your next trip to Murchison Falls.
While on the boat cruise, the most magnificent view of the waterfalls at the top feeling the mist slowly bite into your cheeks and sound of the Nile crashing through a narrow gorge and falling into a frothing pool below; make a memorable impact and leaves you breathless at the sight of one of nature’s grand creations.
Safaris including Murchison Falls National Park