Mweya Safari Lodge

Mweya Safari Lodge

Mweya Safari Lodge is a large lodge offering standard rooms, deluxe rooms, suites and a variety of cottages, all of which have en suite bathrooms and a balcony. The cottages will cater for the needs of most looking for more spacious and luxurious accommodation. Especially the presidential and queens cottage, which offer more intimacy and exclusivity. You will be able to spot different animals bathing in the Kazinga Channel while enjoying a dip in the large swimming pool overlooking the valley. After a long day out tracking wildlife, the verandah of the safari-themed Tembo Bar is the perfect place to enjoy an ice cold drink while peering over Lake Edward during the sunset. Spotting hippos on a water safari, watching lions on the hunt, enjoying a romantic bush breakfast or spotting animals from a hot-air balloon are only few of the activities available in Queen Elizabeth National Park.

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