Murchison Falls National Park is Uganda’s largest national park and one of the most exciting. Murchison Falls National Park is bisected by the Victoria Nile, the park is rich in plains game and the falls after which it is named are among the most electrifying sights in Africa. Teeming with hippos and crocodiles, the Victoria Nile below Murchison Falls is also the place to see what many regard as Africa’s most sought-after bird: the shoebill stork, a denizen of papyrus swamps that is as elusive in its habits as it is bizarre in appearance.
the Budongo forest has one of the most varied faunas of any forest in East Africa, and it boasts the region’s largest wild chimpanzee population.
The northern part of the Murchison fall national park
is home to the largest concentration of game and most rewarding game viewing is to be had on the various circuits.