mfsAt the awe some Murchison falls, the whole of Albert Nile spews majestically through a six meter gap and breathtaking forty meter drop. Despite commonly being referred to as Murchison falls, some guides still name them as Kabalega falls. The use of the name Murchison came into effect in 1864 that is after Samuel and Florence Baker named the falls after Sir Roderick Murchison, the then President of the Royal Geographical Society.

Winston Churchill on his part described the Nile at Murchison Falls as being like Regents Park Zoo and Kew Gardens combined thus confirming it as one of Africa’s favourite destinations.

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