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Mweya Safari Lodge

Mweya Safari lodge

Mweya Safari Lodge is a luxurious lodge situated in the western part of Uganda on a peninsula overlooking Lake Edward and Lake Kyoga. The Lodge offers visitors a memorable experience with its surrounding of the magical Rwenzori Mountains aptly described as the ‘Mountains of the Moon to the east, lie the guardians of the birthplace of mankind, the Great Rift Valley hills, separated from the Mountains of the Moon by the meandering Kazinga Channel. Here the water flows endlessly into two giant lakes – Lake George and Lake Edward all this makes your vacation unforgeable at Mweya safari lodge.

The Lodge has unique rooms including a private bathroom and balconies overlooking the Kazinga Channel and Lake Edward. Facilities also include a nice swimming pool, a poolside bar, the Tembo Safari Bar, the Kazinga Restaurant serving global cuisine, and a souvenir shop. The rooms are decorated with a tasteful blend of Victorian elegance with lively African-inspired art pieces.

Mweya Safari Lodge is a five-star lodge luxury facility with a lot of services like the Bush breakfast, Health club, a swimming pool, a craft shop, Hot-air balloon safaris, and so many others. This is an ideal place for you if planning to go for an early morning Game drive in the park. The Lodge offers lunchboxes in case you want to go for a full day enjoying a game drive around the park.

Mweya gives you fantastic views of the Kazinga Channel and surrounding savanna, and its proximity to Kasenyi and the North Kazinga plains make it an ideal departure point for wildlife-filled game drives in the morning or evening.

Staying at Mweya safari lodge gives you an opportunity to observe at least 604 different species of birds that are found within the Park. Other top popular activities within the Park include a launch trip on the channel in one of the lodge’s luxury boats, an exclusive chimpanzee trekking excursion in the breathtaking Kyambura gorge, game viewing along the Ishasha sector known as the tree-climbing lion and Kasenyi sector.

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