The 3 Days Murchison Falls safari takes you to Uganda’s unique park with a lot of wildlife giving you a chance to spot the big five and the world’s mighty Murchison falls. The park is 3840 kilometres square and is home to 76 mammals and 451 bird species. Murchison Falls national park was gazette in 1952 and most animals a tourist is expected to see include warthogs, lions, elephants, antelopes, hyenas and various schools of hippos. Also, make it a point to visit the Ziwa rhino sanctuary at Nakasongola on the way to Murchison falls. The sanctuary is on 72 square kilometres of land and is home to the rare shoe bill stork, and 40 mammals and is the only place in Uganda where you can see rhinos in the wild.
A MEMORABLE WILD EXPERIENCE IN AFRICA – ON A BUDGET
Day 1 : Arrival in Uganda
Meet and greet our driver guide in Kampala and transfer to Murchison falls national park. The journey is so interesting as you get to see the local people selling foodstuffs on the roadsides, cattle grazing on the route as well as the green and beautiful landscape.
En route stop at Ziwa rhino sanctuary in Nakasongola for lunch and rhino tracking before embarking on the journey to Murchison falls national park.
Day 2 : Game Drive
After early served breakfast, set out for a game drive and get a chance to see most early morning grazers, expect to see different animals like lions, buffalos, waterbuck, oribis and Jackson's heart beast among others. After lunch, go for a launch cruise. Expect to see lots of animals such as hippos, crocodiles and elephants. The cruise also offers high chances of spotting the rare shoebill stork.
Day 3 : Departure
Early morning breakfast, and later drive to the chimpanzee tracking starts at 8:00 am as you are led by the ranger guides to look for these amazing primates that share a DNA of about 98% with human beings during the tracking you will also be able to see various old tree species like mahogany, Other primates like monkeys, Baboons, Mangabeys, snakes butterflies and many bird species after the trek have lunch and drive back to Kampala/Entebbe.