3 Days Murchison Falls National Park

3 Days Murchison Falls National Park




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Murchison Falls National Park sits on the shore of Lake Albert, in northwest Uganda. It’s known for Murchison Falls, where the Victoria Nile River surges through a narrow gap over a massive drop. Park wildlife includes elephants, lions, kobs, foxes, hyenas, buffalos and hippos, and there are chimpanzees in the Kaniyo Pabidi mahogany forest. The Lake Albert Delta is home to rare shoebill storks. There are game fish in the cascades of Karuma Falls.


  • Transportation
  • Ranger guide
  • All park entry fees
  • Game drives
  • Ferry crossings
  • Accommodation
  • Flights
  • Insurance
  • Visas

Tour Plan

Day 1 : Trip to Murchison Falls National Park

Our driver guide will pick you up from the pick-up point in Kampala to transfer to Murchison Falls National Park. You will drive through the North-west through the famous Luwero Triangle. Check in to your hotel for lunch on arrival and head for a game drive afterwards.

Day 2 : Game Drive, Top of the Falls and Boat Cruise

After breakfast, go for a morning boat cruise upstream the calm Victoria Nile to the base of the falls stopping just tens of meters from the “Devil’s Cauldron”. En-route, marvel at the toothsome hippos, crocodiles and over this 17 km stretch you may see elephants, waterbuck and the Uganda Kobs. This is also a zone of many bird species like Goliath heron, Egyptian goose, pelican bee-eater, kingfisher, hornbill, cormorant and the rare shoebill stork. After the cruise, you will then proceed for a hike to the top of the falls (approx. 1 hour). See where the world’s longest river explodes violently through a narrow cleft in the Rift Valley escarpment to plunge into a frothing pool 43m below. Your driver/guide will be waiting for you to transfer you back to the lodge.

Day 3 : Return Trip to Kampala

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