Welcome to Murchison Falls National Park Uganda

The area around Murchison Falls National Park Uganda was established as a Uganda safari national park in the year 1952 covering great expanse of land that justifies it as the largest national park in Uganda. Positioned in the north western side of Uganda on the tip of the western arm of the great East African rift valley, Murchison Falls National Park is 311km about 5 hours’ drive from Kampala, the Uganda s capital city.

Beautiful scenery at Murchison Falls National Park Uganda

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Its nomenclature emerges from its encounter with the first European explorer in the names of Sir Samuel Baker on 14th March 1864 who named it after the then president of the Royal Geographical Society.…read more

How To Get To Murchison Falls Park Uganda

Two routes connect to Murchison Falls National Park from Masindi. The first passes through the Kichumbayobo gate 85km about 2 – 3 hours’ drive from Masindi town while the second passes through the Lake Albert side 135km about 5 hours’ drive accompanied by great scenic encounters. …read more

Murchison Falls in Murchison Falls Park Uganda

The world’s powerful Murchison Falls is considered as the most significant feature to ever happen on the course of the Nile River. The area is shaped by strong impermeable rocks are narrowed leaving a less than 8m ravine where the Nile River squeezed to pass through it before falling 43m below to what has been called the Devil’s Cauldron forming a plume of spray surrounded by a thunderous roar marked by a trademark rainbow…read more

Hiking and Nature Walks in Murchison Falls National Park

Nature walks allow Uganda safari undertakers to explore Murchison Falls National Park Uganda and the surrounding conservation Areas on foot. The trails traverse Kaniyo Pabidi forest, Rabongo forest and the delta area. The forest walks offer impressive sights of birds and primates like monkeys including black and white colobus and vervet monkeys…read more