Your 3 days safari takes you to Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda’s largest national park situated in the north-western region, spreading inland from the shores of Lake Albert. The park is a habitat to over 76 mammal species, including Uganda’s largest population of Nile crocodiles. The park has over 460 bird species including; the rare shoe-billed stork, great blue turaco, dwarf kingfisher, Goliath heron and the White-thighed hornbill.
Departure & Return Location
Entebbe International Airport
3 Hours Before Flight Time
2 Nights Full Board Accommodation
All transportation in destination location
Guide Service Fee
Any Private Expenses
Air tickets & visa fees
What to Expect
Your 3 days Murchison Falls Uganda safari will include;
Visit Ziwa rhino sanctuary en-route
Game drive in the park
Boat cruise on the Victoria Nile
Hot air balloon adventure
Return to Kampala – end of safari
Day 1Drive to Murchison Falls National Park – visit Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary en-route
This safari begins with a road drive to Uganda’s largest national park – Murchison Falls, situated in north-western Uganda. You will drive through the famous Luweero triangle and make a purchase of fresh fruits. Your next stop will be at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary – the only place in Uganda where rhinos are bred. Once you arrive at the park, you will drive to the top of the falls and for an encounter with the raging waters.
Day 2Game drive in the park – boat cruise on the Victoria Nile
The day will begin with a game drive in any of the park’s designated game viewing areas. The delta region, Buligi peninsula and the southern sector are the main tracks. In the afternoon you will go for a cruise, downstream on the Nile – Lake Albert delta. You will crown the day with a cultural encounter comprising of music and dance performances from the Mubako group and Boomu Women’s group.
Day 3Hot air balloon adventure – return to Kampala – end of safari
The hot air balloon adventure will be your final excursion in Murchison Falls. You will have a bush breakfast and then set out into the air, relishing the panoramic view across the park as you fly over it. Alternatively, you could embark on a birding excursion in any of the park’s major birding spots. You will embark on your drive back to Kampala in the early afternoon.