Murchison Fall lodges

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Masindi Hotel

Masindi hotel is a comfortable lodge located at Murchison falls national park in Uganda which is he biggest park in the country, the hotel is Uganda’s oldest lodge with very experienced and attentive staff who offer you very good services, the hotel caters for tourists on adventure or business trips evening entertainment can be arranged for tourists with the bar providing a number of drinks to choose from both alcoholic and non alcoholic.

Masindi hotel provides mouth watering meals local and international cusuineincluding Indian meals from the onsite restaurant with packed launches to take for your trip available if requested in advance, food from outside the hotel isn’t allowed inside, visitors with dietary requirements are also catered for if they inform the hotel in advance buffets are available for people in small groups. At Masindi hotel, the choice of where to sleep will variety on the tourists budget as there are many

Rooms and prices

Single spacious self contained rooms

Doubles self contained rooms

V.I.P suite with a living room and bedroom

One suite cottage with a patio area, two bedrooms, living room and kitchen that can accommodate eight people.

Bakers Lodge


Deriving its name from the historic English explorer Samuel Baker, Baker’s Lodge is situated on the South bank of the mighty Nile River which transects Murchison Falls National Park. This intimate, safari styled lodge is set within a large private area with direct river access, large shady trees and wetland areas hosting abundant birdlife along the water’s edge. The views onto the river are vast and magnificent with islands hosting nesting egret birds, elephants bathing and pods of hippos regularly viewed.

Bakers Lodge is to be completed during 2013, and will comprise of no more than 10 suites all overlooking the River Nile. Located in a beautiful area, on the south bank, the lodge will be built on wooden decks, to take advantage of the cool breezes and spectacular views. The site has a good number of shady trees and ‘bush’ and is home to a large array of birdlife. As with all our other camps, it will be eco-friendly, taking advantage of the most up to date technology on solar power and efficient management of resources. Local materials will be used wherever possible to build the lodge, and it will have a feeling of ‘Africa of olde’ – that of the explorers era, when Mr Samuel Baker first came to this region. We recommend a stay of between two to four nights at the lodge as there is a lot to see in the area. With the varied eco-system the animal and bird life is prolific