Murchison Falls National Park

Murchison Falls National Park is a feast for the eyes. It is Uganda’s oldest and largest conservation area; a protected 3840 square kilometre region first gazetted in the 1920s. It is one of the country’s ultimate wildlife success stories, making a comeback – like so many African parks – from a history of war and poaching which decimated the animal populations. Murchison Falls National Park has recovered and flourished, and is now home to an incredible diversity of wildlife, including lion, elephant, buffalo, waterbuck, tsessebe, kob, leopard, and the rare Rothschild’s giraffe.

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The National Park straddles the Nile River and includes the impressive Murchison Falls themselves. A powerful and heart-stopping spectacle can be seen at the viewing point of the falls where the might Victoria Nile comes crashing through a 7m-wide gap in the rocky crevasse and thunders through with incomprehensible force. Boat cruises on the Nile within the national park are superb opportunities to see the iconic shoebill stork, plenty of crocodile, hippo, and some of the park’s 450+ species of birds.

Accommodation in Murchison Falls National Park

Baker’s Lodge

Baker’s Lodge

Named after the 1800s English explorer Samuel Baker, Baker’s Lodge is located on the southern bank of the mighty Nile River that transects Murchison Falls National Park. This intimate and upmarket safari lodge set on the water’s edge overlooks a clearing with beautifully trimmed grass, large shady trees and wetland areas that are abundant in bird life. Each of the eight private cottages, raised on wooden decks, have excellent views upstream and downstream of the river and are fitted with solar lighting and water heating, mosquito nets, bespoke wooden furniture and locally crafted accessories.

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