Kabalega Wilderness Lodge
Kabalega wilderness lodge stands along the southern boundary of Murchison Falls National Park. The name of the lodge comes from the great heritage roots of Bunyoro Kitara Kingdom with its famous king omukama Kabalega who resisted against British colonial rule. The accommodation offers luxury that is spread across 7 acres of typical African savannah wilderness that stretch up to the banks of the Nile.
All the lodge structures are made from an architectural balance of mud and wood, and the roof is thatched with handpicked grass from the rolling plains of the neighboring villages. The walls are plastered African style with mud and wattle with a contemporary twist. The lodge is tastefully decorated with rustic safari furnishings and fixtures handcrafted from carefully selected local and natural materials. The cabins and dinning all feature an open design to offer you a feeling of oneness with nature and breathtaking uninterrupted views of the magnificent and wild surroundings ensuring that your unique Safari experience continues even when at the lodge.
The safari cabins are fitted with timber deck balcony that offers good views of the wilderness .The rooms are self contained with a bathtub and toilet. The lodge has a restaurant and a lounge on the highest point of the River bank with views of the wilderness areas.
Facilities at Kabalega Wilderness Lodge
Bar and Restaurant
Spacious Thatched Safari Suites