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Murchison Tree House

Murchison Tree House Lodge

Murchison Treehouse Lodge is tucked away in the pristine riverine forest and savannahs bordering Murchison Falls National Park by the south where the Nile starts its descent into Lake Albert.

An intimate family-friendly lodge with various accommodation options ranging from the forest camp safari tents to the exquisite thatched canvas suites and treehouses all of which offer the twin virtues of privacy and seclusion in the vast wilderness.

Enjoy unspoilt wilderness experience at the lodge as you watch hippos in the Nile from the comfort of the treehouse balcony, unwind in the riverside restaurant and bar area or watch the playful black and white colobus monkeys in the ancient fig trees of Murchison Treehouse, the ideal base to explore Murchison Falls National Park.

Accommodation is provided in stand-alone tree houses, thatched canvas cottages and safari tents all of which have in common the twin virtues of seclusion and privacy. Each is uniquely tucked away in the spaces to ensure privacy and create a cooling respite from the sunshine.

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