Facilities

Swimming Pool

Enjoy a cocktail in the Infinity Swimming Pool overlooking the Kazinga Channel. The pool at Mweya Safari Lodge has a panoramic view of the Kazinga Channel, which separates Lake George and Lake Edward. You can peer across the channel and identify the different wild animals cooling off in the waters below. The pool bar will…

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Restaurant & Cuisine

Guests may choose to dine indoors in our elegant, formal dining room, or outside on the veranda, where the setting is enhanced by spectacular panoramic views across the Kazinga Channel. Treat yourself to the mouth-watering menu of local and international specialties produced by our experienced chefs. Special barbecues and traditional dancers make a Saturday evening…

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The Business Centre

Our Business Service Centre (open from 8am to 8pm, 7 days a week) meets all the needs of the traveling business executive, including internet access. Stay in touch with the world at your leisure.  …

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The Gift Shop

Our gift shop sells local East African crafts and souvenirs such as Guidebooks, clothing, and safari essentials. Take something authentic home and surprise your loved ones with a gift from the Pearl of Africa.…

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Conference Facilities

Imagine your next conference miles away from the hustle and bustle of the choking city. Guests will find a fully equipped, air conditioned conference room and an elegant board-room to service all your business or workshop needs. Note: Please pre-arrange events with reception prior to arrival.…

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Mweya Information Centre

Just 100 metres from the Lodge gate, the Uganda wildlife Authority Information Centre contains some excellent exhibits describing the national park and the Great Rift Valley surroundings.…

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The Tembo Bar

The Tembo Bar has panoramic view over looking the Kazinga channel and Lake Edward. Enjoy the shimmering sunset over the lake, whilst drinking a wonderful sundowner. The bar verandahs are a perfect place to relax after a day out in the national park. The d├ęcor and furniture represents a bygone era of early explorers, synonymous…

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