Murchison falls is the largest park and became one of Uganda’s first national parks in 1952. It’s famously known for its roaring and thunderous waterfalls where the Nile squeezes through a narrow gorge into the devil’s cauldron. The river banks are crowded with crocodiles, hippos, water bucks and buffalos. Other wildlife include; lions, elephants, giraffes, Uganda kobs, chimpanzees plus a wide range of birds. It’s characterized by woodland, Savannah and riverside vegetation. Kibale forest national park is home to a variety of bird species and a diversity of primates like the uncommon l’hoest’s monkey and the endangered red colobus, among others. There are also other mammals like the bush pigs, buffalos and duiks, though rarely seen.