Uganda's biggest national park, the 3840km² Murchison Falls National Park lies in the center of the Murchison Falls Conservation Area. This noteworthy park ensures a piece of untamed African savannah divided by the powerful stream Nile. The emotional Murchison Falls, where the world's longest stream detonates brutally through a limited separated in the Rift Valley slope to dive into a foaming pool 43m beneath strikes an elating impact on each of the 5 detects. Murchison Falls is involved predominantly by lavish and grungy meadows. The most noteworthy assorted variety and thickness of wildlife is found on the open fields north of the Nile, where elephant, bison, giraffe and a gigantic assortment of eland are normally experienced. The Nile itself brags one Africa's densest hippo and crocodile populaces, and an amazing assortment of water feathered creatures including the world's most available wild populace of the uncommon shoebill stork. Wildlife fans can hope to see extraordinary units of hippo and monstrous heaps of crocodile in-and-around the Nile just as a variety of outstanding water winged creatures. Other interesting wildlife incorporate the uncommon Rothschild giraffe, lion, leopard and spotted hyena.
Game Drives, Chimp Tracking, Hiking, Cave Exploration, Cultural Tours, Bird Watching.
It is the oldest national park in Uganda. Queen is the national park with the largest number of hippos in East Africa
Murchison National Park is abundantly endowed with a lot of bird species some of which are even internationally uncommon like the shoe bill stalk.
Murchison National Park is located in the western rift valley arm of Africa, and lies on the rift valley floor which runs from Uganda to Malawi.
Murchison National Park has the best of Uganda's Wildlife while it is among the most diverse parks in Africa for mammals. The mammals list include Uganda Kobs, Waterbuck, Warthogs, Lions, Leopards, Hyenas, Giant Forest Hogs and a great variety of antelopes. With luck, Topis maybe observed in the Ishasha Forest. The area around Ishasha is famous for its tree-climbing lions, with dark manes, that like to rest in large fig trees. With 10 species of primates, which includes Chimpanzees.