The Nile safari lodge is an accommodation unit situated in Murchison falls national park in the north Western part of Uganda, Murchison falls national park boasts with over 450 bird species and 76 mammal species. The park has got many tourists attraction ranging from the mightyriver Nile that bisects the park, the devil’s cauldron also known as Murchison falls, a lot of wild life and gaming tracks.
Nile safari lodge is situated in an area overlooking the Albert Nile providing panoramic views and aquatic animals can always be observed from the lodge premises birds are also commonly seen here. One of the best places to view nature from are on the outdoor swimming pool, the on site restaurant provides a lot of continental and international meals while the well stocked bar also serves variety of soft and hard drinks as well spirits. The check-in time is 12:00hrs and check-out by 10:00hrs East African time checking in the lodge will require an identity card, there’s also a massage, sauna and gym provided at a low cost.
Rooms and prices
Ten luxurious wooden chalets
All rooms are self contained with en suite facilities
Bird watching at Murchison falls national park is a thrilling experience, the park boasts with over 450 of birds some of which can’t found else where in the world, Murchison falls national park harbors both residential and migratory birds some examples of birds are: the rare shoebill, long tailed night jar, long tailed plover among others
There are many game viewing tracks in Queen e the most famous being in the parks north sector, the animals commonly seen are; leopards, elephants, giraffes, Uganda cob, iribis, warthogs and many others.
Chimpanzee trekking must not be missed during your stay at Murchison falls national park, the trekking comes with a bonus of viewing other primates and a great deal for bird lovers an also discover many tree stand species and unique butterflies.
Nature guided walks
Hot air balloon
White water rafting
Facilities and amenities
Bar lounge and restaurant
Ample parking space
How to get there
Five to six hours drive from Kampala