"Trip Duration: 2 days one night"
Set off from Entebbe for Masindi.
No major stops for the 3 and a half hour journey until breakfast destination (Kabalega Resort Hotel) in Masindi Town
Settle in, Enjoy the air and make orders. Enjoy Breakfast.
At 10:35am - 12:30pm, Set off from Kabalega Resort Hotel for Top of the Water Falls. We will very likely see baboons, monkeys and a few other animals along the way.
Enjoy the scenic views of the Murchison Falls Rapids and take a hike through the waterfall trail. Drive to Kabalega Wilderness Lodge, Here we shall have Dinner and spend the night in fine cottages. Also enjoy the amazing view of the river Nile and fireplace at dusk. A perfect place to take wonderful pictures of the sun-set over the river.
Breakfast at Kabalega Wilderness Lodge.
Drive to Parra Ferry Crossing. It is important to be on time and get the first crossing slots.
While you cross, it gives a perfect time to see Hippos enjoying a morning swim .
Enjoy the long awaited game drive on the other side of the Nile River. Return to Parra Ferry Crossing, Take the 2:00 pm Ferry back to the other side.
Have Lunch at Red Chilli Rest Camp Cafeteria. View Crocodiles, birds and hippos at close range. View the waterfalls from the bottom.
A Five hour journey with no major stops all the way back to Entebbe.
Murchison Falls National Park is a national park in Uganda managed by Ugandan Wildlife Authority. The park lies in north western Uganda, spreading inland from the shore of Lake Albert around the Victoria Nile. It is named for the Murchison Falls waterfall, itself named for a president of the Royal Geographical Society.
The park is sometimes referred to as Kabalega National Park. Kabalega was the Omukama of the Kingdom of Bunyoro, around the end of the 19th century. He resisted colonization by the British, was arrested and was exiled by the British to the island nation of the Seychelles. Kabalega died in Jinja, in 1923 en route to Bunyoro from exile
In Murchison there are four of the big five. Buffalos, elephants, lions, leopards are best to be seen in the northern part (above the Nile). Due to excessive hunting and poaching, Rhinos became extinct by 1983, but were re-introduced into Uganda in 2005 by Rhino Fund Uganda. White rhinos are now being bred again in the 7,000 hectares (27 sq mi) Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, which is located 70 kilometres (43 mi), south of the park. Their mission is to reintroduce small herds of rhinos (around five at a time), whilst retaining a nucleus breeding herd in the sanctuary.
Together with the adjacent 748 square kilometres (289 sq mi) Bugungu Wildlife Reserve and the 720 square kilometres (280 sq mi) Karuma Wildlife Reserve, the park forms the Murchison Falls Conservation Area, Karuma Wildlife Reserve, the park forms the Murchison Falls Conservation Area Kabalega died in Jinja