Amuka Lodge gives you a break on the way to or from Murchison Falls Park
Amuka Lodge – a fabulous Hideaway in Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary – upmarket Comfort while Rhino Trekking
The upmarket Amuka Lodge is a fabulous Hideaway inside of the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary. Here, you can partake in Rhino Tracking, Birding, Walking Safaris, Guided Boat Rides. All Activities that can be cone while staying at the Amuka Lodge amid Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary.
Amuka Lodge is simply a fabulous up-market Lodge located in the expansive Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary. Just 2 ½ to 3 hours from Kampala. Making it one of the closest locations to Kampala, where you can experience the African Wild.
When you arrive at Amuka Lodge – the word authentic may not come to your mind. Still, Amuka Lodge was constructed with the authentic African Safari Lodge in mind.
It is a fusion of handcrafted mahogany that was salvaged from an abundant sawmill. The wood is combined with natural stones and canvas, creating a tapestry that will give you that feeling of authenticity that brings you that “this is the place-feeling.”
Amuka Lodge – a fabulous Hideaway in Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary. Amuka Lodge is a place of privacy where each of the chalets are tucked into the forest – away from one another giving you the privacy one needs to take in the atmosphere, sights, and sounds of the African Wild at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary – your chalet combines the idea of a tented camp with a luxurious cottage complete with most comfortable beds, bath and a deck where you can sit and read how Winston Churchill traveled through Uganda in 1907 “My African Journey” and he certainly did not have the comforts that you will be enjoying at Amuka Lodge.
The Lodge has a delightful bar. Here you can enjoy a cold drink on a pleasantly warm day in Uganda while taking a dip in the pristine swimming pool. You can take in some sunshine, or sit around a campfire in the evening with others that are sharing the experience of this time-proven quality lodge.
The food – a recent client wrote to us, “The Best Food they had tasted in Uganda.” This family had stayed at the 5-Star Serena Hotel, the 5-Star Chobe Resort, Paraa Lodge, and Amuka Lodge, in their opinion, had the best food. Go on TripAdvisor and read the reviews about Amuka Lodge and “outstanding food” is the recurring theme – the Chef is not someone who wears a symbolic hat, who is a cook who goes through the motions of preparing a meal but someone with a passion for creating the tastiest dishes possible in the African Bush and that is not always an easy task.
Amuka Lodge gives you best in lodging, comfort, and the feeling of being in Harmony with Nature, well-furnished rooms with an African Touch, Meals to live for and enjoy, a genuine Ugandan Welcome, all causing in you a desire to return soon to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary and Amuka Lodge.
There are many other reasons to return or to come to Amuka Lodge. The Rhino Tracking walks, Birding both by taking a walking safari and by boating, nature walks in general where you will encounter a variety of wildlife and more.
The Beauty of Amuka Lodge goes on beyond its luxurious comfort, the wildlife, the various activities, and that is its location within proximity to Kampala, to Budongo Forest. Cultural Village Visits such as at Boomu, and Murchison Falls Park. Amuka Lodge is the perfect on the way to or from Murchison Falls Park.
Enjoy your stay at Amuka Lodge – a fabulous Hideaway in Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary. Here, you can do a lot more besides Rhino Trekking. Guided nature walks, hikes, and you can spot a multitude of antelopes, even a leopard on occasion, there are over 300 bird species in the Rhino Sanctuary. Lugogo Swamp is one of the best places for shoebill stork sightings, and you traverse the swamp with boat and guide. Amuka Lodge can also be used as a base in exploring Budongo Forest, with its many species of birds and Chimpanzees just an hour away from Amuka Lodge.
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