Uganda is one of the wildest places you can visit. It is pretty much an undomesticated continent. Everything there is usually uncooked and the nature still remains the life-threatening environment. Uganda is just one of a kind. There is a heap on things to do in Uganda, and it is up to you to decide which is going to entertain you the most. So you need to get online and find an is right for you. The best way to find out which tour is right for you is to do some research on this website that I found when me and my kids were looking on going on a safari to Uganda. And I can guarantee you will find what suits you best. Let’s talk about Murchison Falls national park on the wildest places you have not to miss when you are in Uganda.
Murchison Falls national park lies at the northern end of the Albertine Rift Valley were the sweeping Bunyoro escarpment tumbles into vast, palm-dotted savannah. First gazette as a game reserve in 1926, it is Uganda’s largest and oldest conservation area hosting 76 species of mammals and 45 birds.
With your rented vehicle from Kampala Car Rentals you can drive 4 hours from Kampala to Murchison Falls national park;along the way to Masindi you can visit the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, home to the only wild rhinos in Uganda.
What you can to do in Murchison Falls National Park
Game drives with a trained ranger guide are a fantastic way to see and photograph the wide range of animals in the Nile Valley. Your guide will have a good idea where the lions are hiding and may even spot a leopard at dusk.
Great opportunities for the bird lovers during the boat cruise and launch trips to come across a district of bird life including savannah forest birds, water birds and Albertine Rift Endemic. The park’s main bird watching attraction is the rare shoebill, best sighted in the dry season from January – March.
The launch trip upstream from Paraa presents and astonishing display of wildlife and culminates with the memorable frontal view of the falls, Recommended for birders is a morning cruise downstream to the Nile Lake Albert Delta. Alternatively, a tranquil sundowner cruise offers the classic view of an equatorial sunset reflected on the River.
For those who love sport fishing, the banks of the Nile below Murchison Falls provide the exciting challenges to anglers. Living within strong currents and highly oxygenated waters is the Nile Perch. There is the Chance to Land a massive catch-the record is 108KG.
Great cultural entertainment, energetic dancers from Mubako perform around lodge campfires, making for a magical African experience at dusk. Boomu women’s group offers accommodation, craft shop and village tours revealing the realities of life in this rural community.
For more information on planning a safari in this park visit the Murchison Falls National Park Safaris, a website with a lot of information about how to discover this safari park.