Murchison Falls, otherwise known as Kabalega Falls, is one of the most scenic spots in all of Uganda. Part of the National Park which shares its name, Murchison Falls is an increasingly popular destination with tourists looking to take in the wondrous sights of this inspiring corner of Africa. This National Park covers a broad stretch of Uganda, including shoreline stretches of Lake Albert and many miles of the Victoria Nile. If you're really looking to relax and unwind in beautiful surroundings, there's few better places to head than Murchison Falls.
All visitors have to produce valid identification documents to confirm resident status.
A day's entrance ticket is valid for twenty four hours from the time of entrance, any extra time in the park will(shall) be considered another day.
Park Entrance Fees
Vehicles, Boat, Motor cycles and Aircraft; Entry and landing fees.
Motor cycles-Foreign Residents $30, EAC/Ugandans-sh.10000. Minibus-Foreign Residents $100, EAC/Ugandans-sh.30000, Saloon cars-Foreign Residents $50, EAC/Ugandans-sh.30000. Tour Company Vehicles-Foreign Residents $100, EAC/Ugandans-sh.30000. Helicopter-Foreign Residents $100, EAC/Ugandans-sh.250000.
Ferry crossing at Murchison Falls National Park
Light vehicles 2 tones and less-sh.20000.
Medium vehicles 2 to 5 tones-sh.40000.
Heavy vehicles 5 to 10 tones-sh.80000.
Passengers excluding drivers-sh.5000.
Murchison Guided Game Drive in private car-Day before 6:00 pm.
Foreign Residents-$20, EAC/Ugandans-sh.20000 inclusive of UWA ranger guide.
White water rafting-Foreign Residents $30, EAC/Ugandans $30.
Hiking to the top of the falls-Foreign Residents $15, EAC/Ugandans sh.10000.
Sport fishing per day $50, 4 days $150.
White water rafting $30.
Bird watching-Foreign Residents $30, EAC/Ugandans sh.10000.
Kindly note that there are fines and penalties for Off tracking/driving, Over speeding, Animal accident-road kill and Illegal entry to the Park.