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Murchison falls National Park

MURCHISON FALLS NATIONAL PARK (the world’s most powerful waterfalls)

These park lies in the northern end of the Albertine rift valley were the sweeping Bunyoro escarpments turmbors into vast pammed wood land savannah. It was first gazeted as the game reserve in 1926, Murchison falls national park is not only Uganda’s largest conservation area but also the oldest. Hosts over 76 species of mammals, 451 species of birds.

This world’s famous protected area of great and wonderful nature has been loved and visited by the some of the iconic people of their time. From as far as back their existences to the present from royalty to the world leaders and other nature worlds loving celebrities have visited this park. Murchison falls national park gives the ultimate treat after treat wit activities that you would explore for the entire week and still not get tired of it

The park derives n its name in early 1952 the parliament which was sitting in London during colonial time in acted law to gazette this place as national park and it derives its name from the spectacular Murchison falls which happens to be on Victoria Nile which bisects the park into two sides

Once referred to as Kabalenga national park, this protected area was named after the thunderous Murchison falls the strongest waterfalls.

In 1970 During the Idi Amin, the name of the falls was changed to Kabalenga falls and automatically the park also changed to Kabaenga national park. However after Idi Amin the name which was in the constuition revamped back

Murchison falls conservation area is the largest Uganda’s conservation area covering 5072kmsq, this contains the Murchison falls which covers 3893kmsq and it’s among the best birding sites with 451 species of birds  with one of the endangered species the shoe bile stork