The River Nile, Once described as the most spectacular thing to happen to Nile along its 6700kms length, The 50m wide river is reduced and squizzed through a 6m narrow gorge with unbelievable power. A 45m waterfall was also featured in the Catherine Humphrey and borgat film, “The African Queen”. Murchison was even stronger back then, but in 1962 when Uganda got its independence, massive floods cut a second channel creating the smaller Uhuru falls, 200m to the North. Being the highlight of the this destination, Murchison falls National park also prides itself as the oldest and biggest Game reserve in Uganda sitted on a 3987 sq.kms land.
The beautiful Savannah plains On the Northern bank of river Nile inhabit some of the biggest and unique wildlife you could ever gaze at. Driving and Camping with lodging in Murchison falls is one magical experience that will definitely get you close to real nature and yes typically describe a safari in Uganda.