Murchison Falls National Park is a well conserved vast mass of land has a big share of both flora and fauna offer but most importantly sights and sounds. The crazily loud roars of the falls, the sights of both the big herds of elephants and the small dung beetles keep you entertained all throughout your stay in the park.
The savannah woodlands that harbour massive herds of Uganda kobs, buffaloes and elephants with Piapiacs, oxpeckers on their backs, the relatively wide calm flowing part of the Blue Nile.
It is filled with numerous schools of hippos that watch other antelopes regularly sips at the fresh waters of the mighty River Nile, the high banks of the river are designed with the nests of the colourful Bee-eater and Kingfishers.
The Northern bank of the Nile is relatively a flat land with countless herds of antelopes, priceless sunsets, amazing landscapes, incomparable fresh breeze, colorful birds that may include among others Carmine Bee-eaters.
The trip to Murchison Falls National Park is incomplete without the boat cruise on the mighty Nile! The journey to view the bottom of the falls along the River gives you the views of the Red-throated Bee-eaters, Pied Kingfishers nesting on the rugged cliffs.
The huge Nile Crocodiles lying in the sand as they take shelter under the trees along the banks is something your eyes will not miss. The floating islands in the Nile house Hippos alongside the Goliath Heron finally leading you to the spectacular view of the falls.
The journey following the Nile to the Delta is filled with views of Papyrus either sides finally leading you to the pre-historic Shoebill.