3 Days Murchison Falls

3 Days Murchison Falls

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3 Days Murchison Falls Overview

3 days at Murchison Falls leads you to 3480 km2 of Murchison Falls National Park the largest conservation area in Uganda located in the Northwest of the country around 5 hour’s drive from Entebbe International Airport. With approximately 109 different mammal species including the rare Rothschild’s giraffe, regular lion and Leopard, Elephant sightings, a wide variety of birds including the famous Shoebill and the largest Crocodile population in Uganda, Murchison Falls offers a premier safari experience. You will enjoy game drives or a Boat cruise, cheese and wine at the sunset and spend plentiful hiking and fishing opportunities, Chimpanzee tracking activity can be arranged for one who is interested in Budongo Forest.

3 Days Murchison Falls Itinerary

Day 1: Entebbe – Murchison Falls National Park

The guide will pick you up from your hotel in Entebbe or in Kampala and drive you to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary for a guided Rhino walk and have lunch. Later proceed to the park with sightseeing en route to your Lodge. Dinner and overnight at Upmarket. Para Safari Lodge | Nile safari lodge | Mid-range. Murchison River Lodge | Low Budget. Red Chili Rest Camp FB

Day 2: Game drive, boat cruise

Wake up early for breakfast then later go to the park for an early morning game drive, Afternoon boat cruise to the base of the waterfalls or hiking trails, nature walks, return to the lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 3: Drive back to Entebbe

After early morning breakfast, visit the local community then later drive back to Kampala at your convenience with lunch en route. You will arrive in the afternoon or evening and your guide will drop you at your hotel of residence in Kampala or Entebbe airport for your international flight. Meal plan. BB

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