Honey Moon track reopens after 20 years in Murchison Falls NP
After more than 20 years of neglect, the Honey Moon wildlife track in the southern sector of Murchison Falls National Park has been reopened to much fanfare.
The opening was presided over by Dr. Andrew Seguya, the Executive Director of the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) and several other dignitaries. With more than 80 percent of the wildlife activities currently taking place in a small section of the park’s northern quarter, this opening is the first of many moves to spread tourism over a wider section of Murchison Falls. As more tracks are built to access the scenic savannah plains off the Honey Moon track, more giraffe will introduced. Read more: eturbonews.com