by Rob Ripma with photography by Brian Zwiebel
While visiting Uganda late last year, Murchison Falls was my favorite of the many national parks that we explored. One reason I liked it so much was it’s sheer size.
Murchison Falls is Uganda’s largest national park at 1,503 square miles. In such a large park, you don’t feel like other groups are too close or that too many people are crowded around the wildlife. The abundance of wildlife in this area was also incredible. From lions to giraffes to an impressive variety of birds, there was always something the look at.
Don’t miss visiting Murchison Falls when you go to Uganda!
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