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Mweya Safari Lodge

Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda

Stunning views are key at Mweya Safari Lodge, with the Great Rift Valley and endless plains broken only by the flowing waters of the Kazinga Channel. Lakes George and Edward attract a host of animals and birds from across Uganda and make for wildlife spotting opportunities not available elsewhere.

Herds of elephant and prides of lion are frequent visitors to the area surrounding Mweya, and where better to enjoy the call of nature than from the infinity pool that hugs the Kazinga Channel. At times, the local gazelle come straight up to the edge of the pool, making for a truly exhilarating encounter. Treat yourself to a tasty meal in the formal dining room and dine amongst the stars, with views across the national park.
 
There is an endless array of activities befitting the lodge worth trying. With 95 mammal and 612 bird species nearby, creeping through the bush on a morning safari is an adventure like no other. Chimpanzee tracking is a test for your stamina, but if you spot these elusive primates, you won’t forget it, and with the Kazinga Channel nearby, complete with bathing hippo, a river cruise is a must.