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September 14, 2021
Murchison Falls Chimpanzee Tracking Budongo Forest is the major base for tracking Chimpanzees in Murchison Falls National Park. It covers an area of 825 square kilometers within the MFCA. Chimpanzee tracking in the forest is handled at the Kaniyo Pabidi and Busingiro eco tourism sites under the Jane Goodall Institute. Other forests within the conservation...
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Murchison Falls Boat cruise One of the perks that come with the River Nile crossing through your premises is the possibility of a boat cruise. A Uganda safari Murchison Falls National Park adventure would be incomplete without a boat cruise or boat launch on the Victoria Nile; in that many travelers book a safari in...
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Game viewing or game drives in Murchison Falls National Park Are you planning a Uganda safari in Murchison Falls National Park to view all the wildlife in the varied landscape of the park; then you are on the right track. There are about 76 mammal species within the boundaries of Murchison Falls National Park including...
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Murchison Falls Fishing Safari River Nile crosses through Murchison Falls National Park as the Victoria Nile creating the Murchison Falls before it continues north flowing into Lake Albert; becoming the Albert Nile. Owing to the fact that it flows direct from Lake Victoria and connects to Lake Albert, it carries with it fish species from...
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Animals of Murchison Falls National Park Murchison Falls National Park is well endowed with 76 mammal species dwelling within its riparian forest, open savannah plains and woodland and along the banks of the Victoria Nile. A game viewing safari in this park isn’t just like an adventure in any other park. This is majorly because...
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Accommodation Murchison Falls National Park Murchison Falls National Park is a wildlife fairytale with 76 mammal species and over 400 bird species within its ecofriendly premises. The park covers an area of 3,893 square kilometers within north western Uganda in the midst of four districts; making it Uganda’s largest national Park. It is also the...
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