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Wednesday, March 11th, 2020
Watching water fall naturally down the rocky cliffs is an exciting venture and a wonderful refreshment of the mind. The uniqueness of Uganda’s natural waterfalls is that; the water flows throughout the year and are reachable with clear trails or roads. The waterfalls are at their scenic best during rainy seasons, best for photo shoots.
Murchison Falls –also known as Kabalega Falls, is a waterfall between Lake Kyoga and Lake Albert on the White Nile River in Uganda – the second longest river in the world. It’s located within the Murchison National park in the Northern region of the Albertine Rift Valley.
Tourists love cruising at the bottom of the falls as they watch the water splashing down with enormous force as the River Nile pushes through the gorge only 7 meters (23 ft) wide, and tumbles 43 metres (141 ft), before flowing westward into Lake Albert.
Enjoy hikes to the bottom of the falls and have an impressive view of the rainbows, devils cauldron, bird watching and game drives; Simply breathe taking sight!
The graceful flow of the water over the slippery cascading rocks naturally arranged into a series of steps will definitely relax and mesmerize you with their intricate beauty. The Aruu Falls are located in Pader District; the best attraction site in Northern Uganda.
Whilst visiting Kidepo National Park, make a stopover and enjoy the sight of the scenic cascading Aruu falls. Nature walks, swimming, rock climbing, fishing, and bird watchingTourist enjoying the cool breeze and water spray of the fall
An impressive sight of the100 meters high, Sipi falls at the foothills of Mount Elgonlocated in Kapchorwa District in Eastern Uganda.Its character can go from thunderous wall of water to graceful parallel strands of water exposing the Curtain Cave behind it.
Taking a natural shower under the fall or diving for a swim into the large plunge pool is a priceless experience. Take in the spectacular sight of the gorgeous Sipi Falls through bike riding, hikes or dives into the water
One of the unique water falls in Uganda; a gorgeous oasis for nature lovers. It’s approximately 35km along Kampala- Jinja highway in Mukono District in Central Uganda. The smoky brownish water gushes between the two rocks and falls 7 meters high producing a hissing sound.
It is the nearest of all to the capital city of Uganda. It’s a hideout place isolated, quiet and serene; perfect for family picnic or couples who would wish to enjoy their private time. It’s also a much-loved place for bird watchers, rock climbing, camping and taking nature walks.
Karuma Falls on the white Victoria Nile 311 km from Kampala City on Gulu high way. The Karuma Falls comprise of a sequence of natural good locking rock formations at the base of the Victoria Nile, within this place creating a spectacular ripple of water of a stunning white foam appearance.
Constructed in 1963, Karuma bridge crosses the huge waterfalls and connects the districts of Masindi and Gulu. The water fall is a perfect spot for bird, wildlife viewing like buffalos, antelopes, monkeys and baboons. Nature walks around the banks of the falls is an exciting activity for most tourist.Baboon along the Gulu High way on Karuma Bridge.
Uganda Zaabu, do not miss to indulge your sight with at least one or two of the waterfalls mentioned here. Enjoy!