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Murchison Falls National Park

Murchison Falls National Park – The World’s most Powerful Waterfalls

Murchison Falls National Park in 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. 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 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 t the north of the Nile, Elephants, buffalo, Giraffe and variety of antelope are regularly encountered. For the adventure of a lifetime, take a drive to Murchison Falls.

Murchison Falls National ParkActivities to do in Murchison Falls National Park

Waterfall glory

The most magnificent view of the waterfalls at the top where the sight 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.

Wild game drive expeditions

Murchison is a picture of a pristine, untouched wilderness that is well reserved but also accessible. It’s a naturalist’s paradise and boasts a rich variety of large mammals including four of the big five. A drive through the park will give you the opportunity to see amazing wild game in their natural habitats.

Launch on the cruise

One of the many highlights of visiting Murchison Falls National Park is the launch trip from Paraa to the foot of the falls. Hippos and crocodiles are abundant and you will see elephants, buffaloes, water bucks and a variety of water birds like ducks, African Fish Eagle and sometimes the rare Shoebill.

Exciting sport fishing

For great, uncommon and exciting sport fishing, avid anglers can experience competitive fishing to see who catches the biggest Nile Perch on the River Nile (the record is 108kg)

Walking safaris

Leisurely strolls through Murchison falls National Park will enable you explore the wild on foot. Animals, birds and plants can be closely and quietly observed. Trails around the top of the falls go right up to water’s edge giving you an amazing view of the falls leaving you exhilarated and at one with nature.