Murchison Falls on River Nile

Murchison Falls on River Nile, where it crosses the western rift zone between Lake Kyoga and Lake Albert. This is one of the world's most powerful falls due to volume and pressure, as 300 cubic meters per second (10,500 cfs) is squeezed between a gap that's about 7 meters (23 feet) wide and tumbles 43 meters (141 feet) down.

Murchison Falls on River Nile, where it crosses the western rift zone between Lake Kyoga and Lake Albert. This is one of the world's most powerful falls due to volume and pressure, as 300 cubic meters per second (10,500 cfs) is squeezed between a gap that's about 7 meters (23 feet) wide and tumbles 43 meters (141 feet) down.

Tom and the team will soon be making their way back home. They'll have more photos and stories to share upon their return.