After the Rhino Sanctuary, we headed for a short stop at the Karuma Falls.
From this point on, we will be more or less following the river Nile to get to the Murchison Falls.
On the way to the falls, just after the bridge which brought on the other side of the Nile, we met a congress of baboons just next to the road. They were not scared at all, we were literally 1 mt away from them; and, among the group, there were also a mother with 2 young baboons.
It was just amazing, I was so close to them and, thanks to the zoom of my lens, I could get even closer. We had just few minutes before the group moved on and so did we.
The waterfall was very large and loud. They are planning to buy an electric dam just on it, so we might be among the last people to see the falls in its natural beauty, before being spoiled by man-made constructions.
We had to put on some insect repellant, due to the high amount of very nasty tiny insects that can bite you off leaving you in pain.
This was a quick stop, good for getting a first idea of the majesty of the Ugandan falls as well as to get a quick toilet break; we still have a long way ahead of us; but luckily our next stop for us means getting some rest, food and a nice hot shower before the night!