Bakers Lodge is situated on the Southern Bank of the Nile River, which bisects Murchison Falls National Park. This intimate, safari styled lodge is set within a large conservation area with large shady trees and a wetland sanctuary hosting abundant bird-life and a wide range of aquatic life. The vast views of the river are truly magnificent.
Bakers Lodge lies in its own concession area within the park and is solely reserved for guests to the lodge.
Ten beautifully appointed safari suites on raised decks is set along the southern bank of the Nile River. Named after the English explorer Samuel Baker–the first European to view and name the Murchison Falls–the lodge rests amongst large shady trees and wetland areas.
With a thatched central lounge, dining and bar area, and a refreshing swimming pool, the eco-friendly lodge has an Africa of old feel to it.
Why we like it
Explore the vast savannah of the Northern Bank, or visit the nearby Budongo Forest to track wild chimpanzees
Take a trip to the base of Murchison Falls, or the Nile Delta on one of the lodge’s river boats
Vistas over the Nile
Morning and afternoon game drives
Boat trips ending at Murchison Falls