Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda's biggest national park

Murchison Falls National Park is a national park found in the north-western Uganda around the shores of Lake Albert. It is gazetted on an area of 3892 kilometres (1503 square miles) and was established in 1952. It was formed by two wildlife Reserve that is to say Bugungu wildlife reserve which cover a total area of 748 square kilometres (289sq ml) and Karuma wildlife reserve which also cover an area of 720 square kilometres (280 square miles).

The park is mainly found among Uganda districts such as Buliisa, Nwoya, Kiryandongo and Masindi. It is bisected by the Victoria Nile and this Nile flows through a narrow gorge which creates a devil’s cauldron.

The world’s greatest waterfall consists of 76 species of mammals which include crocodiles, hippos, buffaloes, bush elephants, lions, kobs, giraffes and 450 bird species with permanent residents.