Set on the edge of a Crater Lake, this tree house lodge grew out of the forest, at one with nature. The delicate use of local rock, gum poles, wood, rope, organic furniture and rich textures blend with forest smells, a crackling fire conjuring a magical atmosphere to remember
- seven luxury chalets.
- Unique theme of their own
- Spacious and designed.
- running showers and flushing toilets
- furnished and have a superb
- enclosed veranda with large panoramic windows
- The Virunga Lounge,
- Huge fireplace.
- Dinning room and the main bar
- 'Tembo Bar,'
- 'Fish Eagle Bar' and a jetty
Fulll Board Single - USD 160
Full Board Double - USD 280
Mweya Safari Lodge is located on a peninsula within the heart of the spectacular Queen Elizabeth
- Luxurious rooms
- Private showers.
- Souvenir shop
- Board room & conference room
- Dstv & satellite Television
Rates are based on per room basis.
Children Rates: Sharing with Adult flat rate of USD 35.
Children rates: 2-3 children in a room of their own USD 60 per child.
Situated on the edge of the Kyambura Gorge and Queen Elizabeth National Park, in Uganda, one of Africa’s finest national parks, Volcanoes newest lodge, Kyambura Gorge Lodge, has stunning views over the Gorge and the lush savannah of the park, with the peaks of the Rwenzori Mountains in the distance.
Eight beautiful, spacious bandas have been carefully nestled into the hillside, each with their own luxury bathroom. Each room has a different aspect of the panoramic views across the gorge, savannah and mythical Rwenzoris. Each banda is uniquely appointed, adopting a different color theme.
Situated on the Great Rift Valley escarpment with uninterrupted views of the savannah, Lake Edward and the Virunga and Rwenzori mountain ranges beyond, Katara Lodge is a 20 minute drive away from the main entrance of the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda’s premier safari destination and one of the most biodiverse reserves in the world.
The lodge offers accommodation in seven luxurious thatched cottages on a beautiful stretch of hills overlooking the open savannah in a serene and relaxing atmosphere. Each spacious cottage was hand crafted using locally available materials and carved into the hillside by the Katara village community.