Safari in Uganda, private guided tour on Murchison Falls
Murchison Falls National Park is Uganda's oldest and largest conservation area, covering an area of 3, 840 Km² and home to over 451 bird species (including the highly sought after and rare shoebill stork) and 76 different mammal species, including giraffe (which cannot be viewed in Queen Elizabeth National Park).
Other game sightings regularly include lion, elephant, hippo, leopard, buffalo, hyena, warthog and various antelope.
Arguably the highlight of this trip is the mighty River Nile, which bisects the park and is forced through an 8m² wide cleft in the rock at Murchison Falls, plunging into the Devil's Cauldron below.
Breakfast in the morning 7:00 am and drive 180 km Northwest of Kampala to Ziwa Rhino sanctuary for Rhino trekking.
Continue to Murchison Falls National park and go for 30 minutes hike to the top of the falls, take pictures and go check in to your lodge for dinner and overnight.
Game drives and boat cruise.
Morning game drive in the park on the lookout for big cats like Lions, Leopards, Hyenas, Elephants, Buffaloes and lots of other mammal species. Lots bird species are seen on this Game drive. Have lunch and go for a 3 hour boat cruise, expect to see lots of water mammals like hippos, crocodiles, water birds, kingfishers, lizards and other land species can be seen on the shores drinking water. Return for a sunset game drive where you will have a chance to observe all the animals going to sleep near the shores of the Albert Nile. Drive back to your lodge for dinner and overnight.
Chimpanzee Trekking in Budongo forest and return to Kampala with the lunch stop over
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection
Duration: 3 days
By a 4x4 Landcruiser
Estimated Local Cash Needed
150000 Ugandan shillings - This can be used by clients to buy personal items.