Najanakumbi, Kampala, Uganda

4 Days Murchison Falls Safari

Day 1: Kampala City – Murchison falls National Park

After an early morning breakfast, you and your driver guide will embark northwards on a 3 hour drive to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary having lunch en-route before proceeding to the Murchison falls through kichumbanyobo gate. Driving through the dense Budongo forest and the escapement with great views of the Albertine horizon stretching out with a variety of birds, monkeys, and baboons arriving later in the evening. 


Day 2: The Big game drive and boat Ride

 An early morning game drive at as early as soonest in time to try and catch up with the Cats and other big mammals that may include; lion, leopard, elephant, hippopotamus, Rothschild’s giraffe, Cape buffalo, Harte beast, Southern Sudanese Oribi, warthog, and Uganda Kob, extra…. And if lucky the elusive shoebill that stealthily loiters near and around the Nile delta might be our jackpot.   In the afternoon a launch Cruise to the bottom of the falls will take you through a  variety of animal species that you may have missed on your game drive as they come down to the river for a drink while some come for a bath.  As the Nile provides a corridor year-round water for these animals as well as a plethora of water birds,  one of the largest population of Nile crocodiles, Hippos and elephants can be seen before you return back to your hotel for an overnight.


Day 3: Murchison falls National Park – Entebbe

 At 07:30am after breakfast, you will leave the park heading back to Kampala via Masindi and lunch en-route.


Day 4: Kampala – Entebbe

 This day is at leisure till departure with an option of taking a stroll to the Botanical gardens, established in 1898 and seated on a 40 acre piece of land boosted by 90 bird Species and various tree species or take a stroll with in Entebbe or visit the Ngamba Island Sanctuary. Get back in time for your flight back home.



Elephants are the only animal that can’t jump
Uganda has the highest percentage of Mountain Gorillas in the world
Mountain gorillas are definitely Uganda’s center of attraction. Mountain gorillas attract thousands of tourists each and every year with many tourists competing for Gorilla Tracking.