Uganda’s largest national park is situated in the northeastern corner of the country where the landscape varies between grassy plains, riverine forest and dense woodland. The falls themselves were named after the then-president of the Royal Geographical Society by the first Europeans to see the spot where the Nile gushes through a small gap in the rocks on its way westward to Lake Albert. The river makes for astounding sightings of hippo and crocodile and attracts a large number of water birds, while elsewhere in the Park visitors can see lions, leopards, elephants, giraffes and chimpanzees.
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