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Number 2: The wild Murchison Falls National Park boat ride

 

 

This is not the first, Lake Mulehe is. Click on this link and explore our very first boat cruise on Lake Mulehe. 

Only when done should you come on a wild life adventure for a boat cruise to Murchison Falls National Park.

 By View Uganda Team

Take a boat cruise in Murchison falls National Park, we dare you! Not that it is a bad dare, the thing is, this is more of an exploration of the wild life of this park, and thus more than just a tour. It is no wonder it attracts over 200,000 tourists annually! The cruise takes place on River Nile aboard a big boat with a lower and upper deck. Imagine how electrifying it would be to cruise on the world's longest river? Yes, a wonder that that started flowing even before Moses freed the Israelites from slavery in Egypt. Imagine that! 

 This beautiful biodiversity hot-spot is home to tons of birds, reptiles, aquatic species and mammals like buffaloes, elephants, Uganda kobs and giraffes. All these can be easily spotted this a sightseeing boat cruise destined for the mouth of the river. During this two-hour experience, you will ride past small swamps systems with schools of hippos cooling of the heat with a swim.

 Should you look keenly into the water, you will see gigantic crocodiles camouflaging with surrounding rocks. Their eyes are glued to the shoreline to stalk prey that has come to quench its thirst. They guide who will be entrusted with looking after you speaks so much about conservation and sustainable tourism. Their love for the park will make you want to stay there forever.

 Like a true climax, the best part of this boat ride is watching the majesty of the Murchison Falls unveiling ever so thunderously in your eyes. This, on top of experiencing wild life in its habitat is what makes this boat ride one to die for.

 Cost: In short, the tour is good value for money and thus highly recommendable. Costs between Shs30,000 -120,000 depending on whether you are an East African, Foreign Resident or Foreign tourist.

 Look out for our third experience Lake Albert boat tour!

But first, don't forget to check out the first, a journey on Lake Mulehe, by clicking on this link. 

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