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FALLS NATIONAL PARK
fallMurchison Falls Protected Area (MFNP), Bugungu and Karuma Wildlife
Reserves. Murchison Falls National Park derives its name from the Murchison
falls where the mighty River Nile explodes through a narrow gorge and
flows down to become a placid river whose banks are thronged with hippos,
crocodiles, waterbucks and bufalloes. The vegetation is characterised
by Savannah, riverine forest and woodland.
Wild life includes lions, Uganda kobs, chimpanzees and many bird species
including the rare shoebill.
Fishing Uganda Tour
Nile Perch and tiger-fish provide an exciting challenge to anglers. Sport
fishing is possible in the river sections above and below the falls. Prior
booking with the park has to be made, as the number of people doing sport
fishing at designated sites at any time has to be regulated. Do bring
your own fishing equipment and some boats are available for hire on prior
Drives: Wildlife Safaris In Uganda
Giraffes at MurchisonIn the cool early morning before the sun rises too
high, you will see plenty of game on the Buligi, Albert and Queen's tracks
north of the River Nile. At Nyamusika Cliffs you can picnic, enjoy the
view and watch elephants and other game on the grassy hillsides. Go well
prepared for a four-hour game drive and ensure a guide accompanies you.
The best time is 0700hr and 1600hr
Murchison falls protected area offers the opportunity to explore the wild
on foot. Animals, birds and plants can be closely and quietly observed.
Nature walks are offered at Rabongo Forest, Top of the falls and Kaniyo
Pabidi in Budongo Forest.
Cruise On The Nile
One of the highlights of Uganda safaris to Murchison Falls National Park
is the launch trip from Paraa to the foot of Murchison Falls. Hippos and
crocodiles are abundant and you will see elephants, buffaloes, waterbucks
and a variety of birds like herons, cormorants, ducks, bee-eaters, fish
eagles kingfishers and sometimes the rare shoebill.
The launch trip from Paraa to the falls (17km) and back takes about three
hours. A boat trip from Paraa to the Delta (28km) and back takes about
four to five hours and you can see a similar variety of animals and birds.
The boat trip is scheduled for 0900hr and 1400hr every day. Any special
time arrangement can be made with Park management.
Of The Fall Trail
Trails around the top of the falls go right up to the water's edge. You
have an opportunity to hike to the top of the falls from the boat landing
and to get close to narrow gorge through which the river explodes into
the falls. Campsites, picnic sites and walking safaris are available here.
Kaniyo Pabidi is an undisturbed area of natural forest within Budongo
Forest Reserve, where you can walk beneath mature mahogany and iron wood
trees. Chimpanzee tracking is the most famous activity.
You will certainly see many forest birds, including the chocolate-backed
kingfisher, the white-thigh hornbill and puvel's illadopsis found nowhere
else in East Africa.
Kaniyi Pabidi is on Masindi-Paraa road, 8kms from Kichumbanyobo gate.
There is a campsite where water and firewood are available. The National
Forestry Authority manages Kaniyo Pabidi.
Rabongo Forest Ecotourism centre is situated in an island of tropical
riverine forest southeast of the protected area. The forest is surrounded
by Savannah grassland and is 11/2hour drive from Paraa. Uganda safaris
guides will help you to explore the forest on foot, spotting primates
like black and white colobus monkeys, red-tailed monkeys, baboons and
occasionally chimpanzees, identifying animals, birds, medicinal plants
and trees. You can picnic and camp by the Wairingo River, the place is
also ideal for student groups.
By road from Kampala through Masindi (via Kichumbanyobo gate), Paraa is
a 41/2hours drive, 2 hours on tarmac and 21/2 hours on murram roads. A
four-wheel drive is recommended. The ferry at Paraa operates on scheduled
time between the southern and northern bank of River Nile.
By air: Charter services are available to all-weather aerodromes at Pakuba
about 19kms northwest of Paraa and Bugungu 13kms from Paraa.
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