Explore scenic Murchison Falls National Park with its impressive waterfall and stunning habitat for wildlife, birds and vegetation. Crocodiles, hippos, elephants and birds including the rare shoebill stork can be found on the banks of the Nile while you will track chimpanzees in Budongo Forest. The Murchison Falls Conservation Area, about 7,000 sq km in size, the largest in Uganda, consists of Murchison Falls National Park, Karuma Game Reserve and Bugungu Game Reserve among others. Budongo at Kaniyo Pabidi Forest station is also found within the area. With over 1000 chimpanzees in Budongo and Kaniyo Pabidi Forests, Murchison is thought to have the largest chimp numbers in the region.