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Uniquely different and scenically located, the safari lodges are located within the national parks and reserves. Presented in classic African style, they offer charming rooms, outdoor swimming pool areas, atmospheric dining, ‘sundowners’ (within the lodge or in the surrounding scenery), game drives, guided walks and cultural visits.
Apoka is in the heart of Kidepo Valley National Park, tucked into the North-Eastern corner of Uganda where it meets Sudan and Kenya. By road it is at least 9 hours drive from Kampala. Most guests fly to Apoka, either using the lodge’s private plane, or by chartering a private plane..or through the thrice-weekly scheduled service of the local scheduled airline Eagle Air. There is an airstrip very near the lodge and we run complimentary transfers to and from this strip.
Cassia Lodge stands on Buziga Hill, one of the highest of Kampala’s famed seven hills, with stunning views across the waters of Lake Victoria and Kampala itself. Compact and intimate, this Uganda city hotel features only twenty rooms clustered around a central restaurant and bar. This luxury hotel also offers a swimming pool and dedicated conference centre. The Lodge offers twenty ensuite rooms presented in classic Uganda safari style. Each room has its own balcony with lake views ...
“Engagi” means gorilla in Rukiga, the language spoken in and around Bwindi. A newly built lodge, Engagi stands on the borders of a tea farm with magnificent views over the Bwindi forest. Bordered by a river and with immediate access to the national reserve, the lodge offers panoramic views, a warm central dining area and lounge and a series of charming cottages. The main lodge is built entirely from rocks found in and around the site and eucalyptus trees, while the roof has ...
|Gately on the Nile|
Gately on the Nile is a renovated colonial house superbly situated on the shores of Lake Victoria in Jinja, Uganda. Describing itself as 'Jinja's premiere bed and breakfast guest house accommodation', Gately on the Nile, opened in 2001, is best described as a boutique hotel standing in four acres of tropical gardens, which fringe the waters of Lake Victoria. Owned by Merryde Loosemore, who was inspired to open a hotel in Uganda by her Great Aunt, who visited here ...
|Jacana Safari Lodge|
Jacana Safari Lodge offers ten wide spaced luxury chalets nestled deep in the foliage of the Maramagambo Forest. Spacious and charmingly designed, each chalet is ensuite (continuous hot water for showers), tastefully furnished and offers an enclosed verandah with panoramic views over Lake Nyamusingire. One family cottage offers two adjoining rooms. The lodge has its own swimming pool on the shores of the lake plus a sauna and massage room.
The Katara Lodge is located on the Kichwamba Escarpment, an area of volcanic activity which now features 72 explosion craters, and a series of undulating hills and valleys, which provide an exceptionally scenic backdrop. Just a short drive from the main entrance of the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Katara Lodge stands on the edge of the hills overlooking miles and miles of open savannah. Offering just five luxury cottages, The Katara Lodge is the ultimate fusion of ...
|Ndali Lodge |
Family-run Ndali Lodge lies adjacent to the Kibale Forest National Park, amid the Bunyaruguru Crater Lake region of Western Uganda. Surrounded by 1,000 acres of fertile farmland, Ndali Lodge perches on the rim of an extinct volcano, which is now filled with the blue-green waters of Lake Nyinambuga. Backed by the snow-capped peaks of the Rwenzori Mountains, Ndali Lodge has neither electricity nor generator and offers a collection of simple stone and thatched cottages.
|Nile Safari Lodge|
Opened in 1993, the Nile Safari Lodge is located on the banks of the Nile and has a choice of wooden chalets and luxury tents cleverly positioned so as to maximize upon the stunning views of the river and its wildlife. Nile Safari Lodge has a restaurant and lounge, which is extended beneath the shade of a huge fig tree. There is also an open fire for evening sundowners and swimming pool for daytime relaxation.
|Paraa Safari Lodge |
Paraa Safari Lodge was established in 1954 and is a traditional safari lodge in classic ‘Out of Africa’ style. The luxurious swimming pool overlooks the winding River Nile below, which was the setting for the classic Hollywood movie “The African Queen” (starring Katharine Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart). Offering a wide range of room choices including the exclusive ‘Queen’s Cottage’, Paraa Safari Lodge also offers a panoramic restaurant, cultural entertainment and a choice of bars.
|Volcanoes Bwindi Lodge|
Volcanoes Bwindi Lodge is a simple collection of chalets which stand high on a hillside overlooking the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. Clustered around the central dining area and lounge, the camp is warmly welcoming and ideally-positioned for gorilla trekking.