Wild Africa 

M u r c h i s o n   F a l l s

Uganda Kob

Rothschild Giraffe

 Landscape diversity


Other mammals

Sudan Oribi


Uganda´s largest protected area or Kabarega Falls National Park was gazetted in 1952. The Victoria Nile, flowing westerly direction between Lake Kyoga and Lake Albert, divides the park into two roughly equal parts. North of the river, the vegetation consists of green grasslands interspersed with isolated stands of borassus palms and riverine woodlands. The area around Paraa is simply iconic and unparallel in term of all Africa. South of the river, the park is covered by dense woodland. Our main attention was devoted to local mammal pecularities, including hartebeests, giraffes and oribis.


Murchison Falls

Jackson Hartebeest