3 DAYS MURCHISON FALLS SAFARI

3 days 2 Nights
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Description

Rate Per Person

Solo Traveller

2 People 

3 People

4 People

5 People

6 People

$1,256

$881

$789

$698

$671

$634

Itinerary

Day One: Murchison Falls

You will be picked up from your lodge or airport by our company representatives who will drive you to Murchison Falls National Park, have a lunch stop at Masindi. After lunch visit the Top of the falls, and then proceed to your Hotel.

Day 2: Game Drive, Launch Cruise

After an early breakfast, you shall head out for a game drive. This is a beautiful drive across the savannah, Borassus Palm Forest and grassland down to Lake Albert where the Albert Nile heads north. Drive in the open African savanna in search for Lions, Leopard, Hyena, Buffalo, Elephant, Jackson Hartebeest, Oribi, Waterbucks, Uganda Kobs, and enjoy spotting various Bird species such as the Secretary Bird, Black Chested Snake Eagle, Tawny and Marshal Eagles Carmine and Swallow Tailed Bee-Eaters, and many more.

In the afternoon, you shall have a boat ride up the Nile, to the legendary Murchison falls, where the park derives its name. Enjoy these spectacular falls and the crocodiles that bask at the bottom of the falls. Return to hotel by car.

Day 3; Departures.

Drive to Kampala. You may choose to have a stop by the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary (Optional), a wildlife project concerned with re-introduction of the Rhinos in Uganda, that were declared extinct in the 80’s.

Reviews (5)

5 reviews for 3 DAYS MURCHISON FALLS SAFARI

  1. admin

    By far Murchison falls national park is the most beautiful wildlife sanctuary in Uganda. It combines all the sought after varieties of the natural world. It is also the most fulfilling travel destination for people that visit Uganda. Mainly because of its distance from Kampala, and the combination of the ziwa rhino sanctuary completes the traditional big five Africa safari.

  2. admin

    I have been there in November (rainy season), that means it is raining every day, but normally only for an hour in the late afternoon and at night. Maybe that it is different other times of the year, I was neither surprised nor bothered. There is a lot to see. And as it is still “non-touristic” most of the time you do not see any other visitors when cruising around. Okay, in the rainy season the animals are further spread than in dry season, but the guides are excellent and will show you whatever is possible. Overall we had 2 beautiful full days for visitng.

  3. admin

    Murchision falls national park is the most powerful water falls in the world, with more spices

    I can’t wait to go back

  4. admin

    With ranger Emanuel, called Emma, we had a top guide, very considering to photographing need, giving first class explanations about eco system and wildlife, very respectful towards the wildlife.
    After beiing 3 weeks in Uganda, I rate this as no. 1 wildlpark.

    However, I am highly worried about the future, as oil drilling by the Chinese starte.
    There will be a tarmac road through the northern wildlife section. In the southern bushland it is completed, and cars, including tourist vehicles are racing at speed of 80 kmh and more, the road kill is visible. The 40 kmh speed limit is ignored by everyone. Several rangers shared my concern, but are hoping for the best.

  5. admin

    This is the best park in Uganda, trust me on this i have been to most of them.
    I wanted to have a memorable Easter holiday. So I chose to visit Murchison falls national park in Masindi district and Kidepo valley national park in kaabong district

    I first visited Murchison falls on good Friday. Had lunch at Red chilli camp then I did a boat cruise.

    After Murchison, we drove to gulu where we spent the night. I had breakfast at The coffee hut in Gulu. It’s a nice place. We then used the kitgum road to get to kidepo.

    The scenery on route was marvelous. Beautiful hills , beautiful rocks. The view was nice.

    Kidepo valley national park is really remote and far but it’s worth it. It took us about 5 hours to get to kidepo from Gulu.

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