Adjacent to the Queen Elizabeth National Park and on the banks of the mighty River Nile lies Kabalege Wilderness Lodge. The lodge was inspired by the splendor of the wild landscapes of Murchison Falls National Park and the history and culture of the Bunyoro region of Uganda.
All the lodge stuactures are made from an architectural balance of mud and wood, and the roof is thatched with handpicked grass from the rolling plains of the neighboring villages. The walls are plastered African style with mud and wattle with a contemporary twist. The cabins and dinning hall feature an open design to offer you a feeling of oneness with nature and breathtaking uninterrupted views of the magnificent and wild surroundings ensuring that your unique safari experience continues even when at the lodge.
Why we like it
Close to Murchison Falls
African building style with mud and wattle
Vistas over the Nile
Morning and afternoon game drives
Guided walks along the Nile River