Situated in the heart of Queen Elizabeth National Park, Mweya Safari Lodge is visitors’ favorite luxury accommodation facility on Uganda safaris. This luxury lodging establishment is set overviewing the Kazinga Channel which connects Lake Edward and Lake George; the Mweya Peninsular and the sweeping plains of the park.
Mweya Safari Lodge is the oldest lodge to be built in Queen Elizabeth National Park and its strategic location makes it a perfect place to begin your guided game-viewing tour. It is also easier to connect to other sectors in the park including the Kazinga channel for a boat cruise, Ishasha for tree-climbing lion watching, Lake Katwe exploration, chimpanzee tracking in Kyambura Gorge, and others.
Mweya Safari Lodge – Accommodation
Mweya Safari Lodge is comprised of about 54 rooms. These consist of Presidential cottages, Luxury tents, Standard rooms, Family cottages, Queens Cottages, etc. The Standard rooms in Mweya Lodge include single standard rooms, twin rooms and double standard rooms. These are ideal for guests visiting Queen Elizabeth National Park for a holiday. They are fitted with a fan, washrooms, and balcony for a clear view of the surroundings, etc.
Deluxe rooms -the deluxe rooms in Mweya Safari Lodge feature air conditioner, a balcony, an en-suite showroom, a king-sized bed, a wooden floor, and others. Suites in Mweya are luxurious offering guests’ the ultimate relaxation environment, and they are fitted with a telephone, en suite bathroom, large balcony and wooden floor, and more.
Queen’s Cottages – these comprise of amenities like air conditioners, telephone, luxury master bedroom, kitchen, plasma screen, minibar, and others. The Presidential cottage has flat TV, air conditioner, kitchen, living room, king-sized bedroom, balcony overviewing the Kazinga channel, fridge, en-suite bathroom, and other luxury furniture.
Luxury tents at Mweya Lodge are well-furnished and comprise of twin and double rooms, and en suite bathrooms. The tents also feature a dressing table, air conditioner, large balcony, air conditioner.
Services and other amenities in Mweya Safari Lodge include gift shop, bar, conference facilities, business center, information centre, restaurant, mosquito net, etc.
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Frequent Asked Questions about Mweya Safari Lodge in Queen Elizabeth National Park
Mweya Safari Lodge sits in the heart of Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda’s 2nd biggest park also a preferred wildlife safari destination in East Africa. Here guests have a diversity of activities to do including game drives in the park’s Kasenyi sector, lion tracking, boat cruise on the Kazinga channel, birding, nature walks, cultural tours, mongoose tracking, and more.
The common animal species to encounter on a tour in Queen Elizabeth Park include hippos, bird species (shoebill storks, skimmers, bee-eaters, pelicans), elephants, buffaloes, topis, warthogs, hyenas, waterbucks, Uganda kobs, Nile crocodiles, and a variety of primate species.
Other lodges to consider for an overnight stay in and around Queen Elizabeth N/Park include Mweya Hostels, Queen Elizabeth Bush Lodge, Ishasha Wilderness Camp, Tembo Safari Lodge, Hippo Hill Camp, Elephant Plains, Marafiki Safari Lodge, Kazinga Channel View Resort, and others.
Mweya Safari Lodge is accessible within 7-8 hours’ drive from Kampala city center. Two routes lead to Mweya Lodge in Queen Elizabeth National Park- the Kampala-Mityana-Mubende-Fort Portal or the Kampala-Masaka-Mbarara-Bushenyi route.