This national park in the northwest of Uganda is home to one of
the world’s most powerful waterfalls as well as a large wild animal reserve.
Here a wide river flow is forced through a six-meter-wide narrow gorge with ferocious force.
Visitors can take a boat ride up the Victoria branch of the Nile River (6700 km from Lake Victoria to Egypt) toward the Falls–but only within 500 meters since the current coming out of the Falls is too powerful for boats to navigate safely.
Along the way are crocodiles, colorful birds, elephants and hippos.
This gallery displays images from the boat trip to the Falls.