Murchison falls national park is Uganda’s biggest national park by size. It is gifted with large herds of wildlife species including but not limited to Elephants, Buffaloes, Antelopes, big cats such as lions, and leopards among several other wildlife species. The park has been explored by many both on self drive safaris and tailored private safaris.
Uganda has a total of 10 national parks. Three of these are primate national parks, two mountain national parks, and six savannah national parks. Of all these ten national parks, Murchison falls stands out with a 3840 square kilometers park size. Besides the wildlife, Murchison falls national park is also the place to go for the world’s strongest waterfall; the Murchison falls.
With its 3840 square kilometers; Murchison falls national park is bigger than the following African countries by size:
Comoros 2,235 km2
The volcanic Islands of Comoros are known for their scenic beauty and culture. Like many Island African countries; Comoros is an amazing destination for lovers of aquatic life.
Mauritius 2,040 km2
Mauritius is among the top five African holiday destinations. The country is mainly known for its color reefs, lagoons, and beaches. It is among the few African countries that have a vibrant self-drive car rental industry that makes it very possible to explore the country by yourself.
São Tomé and Príncipe 964 km2
Like many other small African countries, São Tomé and Príncipe have worth a holiday visit. Their coral formations, biodiversity, lagoons, beaches, and rainforests make it a very unique African safari destination.
Seychelles 451 km2
Seychelles is the smallest yet among the most beautiful countries on the African continent. It is among the top African holiday destinations. Its beaches, culture, and aquatic life are some of the things that make it stand out among the top African safari destinations.