You will have breakfast and later visit Kabalega's tomb at Mparo. King Kabalega was the 23rd omukama of Bunyoro, a powerful king and war genius whose power and wealth posed danger to the establishment of colonialism. Because of his strong will and mistrust of Europeans and their agents, Kabalega was the most hated king in the interlacustrine region by the imperialists. Inside the tomb there is a collection of items like spears, royal drums, stools, baskets, calabashes, shields, pots, animal skins and other regalia associated with Kabalenga and his times.
There is a monument outside the tombs where king Kabalega met Emin Pasha, the only colonial agent who liked and respected him and was his friend. "At this place the Omukama Chwa 11 Kabalega received Dr.Emin Pasha on the 22nd semptember1877" reads the inscription on a monument outside his tomb. The place is referred to as ahagasani in Runyoro. The site once housed Kabalenga''s palace. Later you will visit Katasiha Fort, established by Kabalega and later used by colonial agent colonel Colville in 1894 after subduing king Kabalega. This was Kabalenga’s stronghold and many battles were fought around this fort before he abandoned it.
Later continue to Murchison falls National Park through Butiaba escarpment. On a clear day you will see stunning views of Lake Albert and the Blue Mountains in Congo. You will have the chance of visiting the top of the falls. Here the whole of river Nile is forced through a 7-meter gap to a depth of about 40 metres.