Uganda accommodation offers excellent lodges, luxury tents and suites to suit all budgets, the perfect bases between safaris and other exciting excursions. Most of these options provide once-in-a-lifetime gorilla-trekking tours, an experience that will leave you changed forever.
Uganda is a world in one country, from snow-capped mountains and green hills to misty forests and crystal clear lakes – this is truly a gem in Africa. Just two of the exciting activities on offer include chimpanzee treks at Kibale and plains and savanna game viewing at Murchison Falls.
Lodges in Uganda
In Uganda’s southwestern corner, the lush, mountainous forest of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park conserves the country’s most alluring natural asset: around 400 mountain gorillas, or half of the world’s remaining wild population. Uganda lodges provide wonderful accommodation between trekking trips to see these amazing creatures.
Uganda’s central region is where most travellers will begin and end their journeys, flying in and out of the country’s only international airport in the town of Entebbe. The region has less to offer in the way of national parks and blockbuster wildlife than Western Uganda, but it is home to the buzzing capital of Kampala.
While Western Uganda has the wildlife, Eastern Uganda has the adrenaline adventures. The source of the Nile River lies in the region, and this mighty body of water is where you can experience some of the best white-water rafting on the planet.
Lying on the shores of Lake Victoria, charming Jinja is known as East Africa’s adrenaline capital, and rafting is not the only activity that gets hearts pumping: bungee jumping and paragliding are also in the mix.
Uganda accommodation and Uganda lodges in the area are the perfect place to get your breath back between thrill-seeking activities.
Uganda’s largest park, Murchison Falls National Park offers breathtaking scenery of palm-dotted hills, swamps, riverine woodland and forest, East Africa’s most dramatic waterfall, and a remarkable diversity of wildlife on land and in the Victoria Nile. Uganda accommodation and lodges in the park offer up exquisite opportunities to kick back and relax between game viewing experiences.
Queen Elizabeth National Park, the second largest and most biodiverse park in Uganda, is the country’s most popular safari destination.
Located in western Uganda close to the Rwenzori Mountains, the park encompasses a huge array of different landscapes, including wetlands, swamps and crater lakes, tropical forests, woodland and open savannah.
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