Murchison Falls

Located in North Western Uganda, Murchison Falls is Uganda’s largest and best known national park. Named for its spectacular waterfall and managed by the Ugandan Wildlife Authority, it promises to provide you with jaw-dropping scenery. The waterfall is the product of the immense White Nile, which squeezes through a small gap in the rocks before tumbling down over 40 metres into Lake Albert.

The park is an exceptional place to see wildlife; elephants, giraffes, lions, antelope, waterbucks, buffaloes, hippos and crocodiles can all be seen with ease today. With activities such as safaris and boat trips, which is the best way to see the Falls, on offer, Murchison is guaranteed to be a simply unforgettable experience.

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Murchison Falls has a brief Dry season from December to February. Read More

Murchison Falls has a brief Dry season from December to February. However, from March the rains arrive, easing up in June to July, before continuing up until November.

The best time to visit Murchison Falls is during the Dry season as wildlife viewing is best. However, the rains often make the park's scenery even more stunning, so this can be a good time to visit as well.

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