Mihingo safari lodge

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No safari experience beats the charm and magic of relishing luxury in the middle of the wilderness and that’s what you will be offered at Mihingo Safari Lodge. This is a swanky family-owned place of lodging situated within a spectacular setting adjacent to Uganda’s smallest savannah National Park.

It is positioned high on a huge rocky kopje whose Precambrian granite boulders same into existence over 500 million years ago thus rewarding guests with some of the most jaw-dropping views over the sweeping savannah landscape. The Lodge beautiful design comfortably and seamlessly blends with its fragile natural environment, yet visitors are endless offered comfort, unwinding as well as a feeling of agreeing and respecting Mother Nature. With the beautiful location of the accommodation facilities, comfortable rooms plus amenities, facilities enjoyed, sweeping views and activities enjoyed while there, the only regret most visitors have is wishing they had booked to spend longer than earlier booked.

Rooms and amenities relished by Mihingo Safari Lodge guests

This well-appointed Safari Lodge features 12 stylish Tented Rooms that have several things in common, one being the fact that they reward visitors with the seclusion as well as peaceful ambiance. Each of these Tented Rooms boasts of its personally exceptional charm and character , whether it is hidden in the forest, facing the far-flung Lake Kivu, positioned on a rocky kopje or down by the watering hole. While the rooms are unique, Ralph and Suni Rooms guarantee mind-blowing views in addition to offering visitors with a light and spacious Sanctuary in addition to an extraordinary feeling of being alone in the wilderness.

Expect an en-suite bathroom with cold and warm running water, flush eco-toilets as well as rain showers in each of the Tented rooms but most interestingly, sensitive design to properly blend into the surrounding while crossing the T’s and dotting the I’s. Also, dead olive wood trees that characterize the region are the uniquely framed on the doorways.

Specialists from Lamu are credited for creating and exceptionally designing the outside walls of these rooms to reflect the beautiful colors of African soil mixed with naturally-colored pigments into the cement used in constructing most of Mihingo Safari Lodge facilities. Additionally, a number of tented rooms remarkably incorporate the huge granite boulders into the magnificent design of the bathrooms.

Faculties and services enjoyed by Mihingo Lodge guests

Mihingo Safari Lodge features an infinity swimming pool that overlooks the spectacular Valley below, there lots of wildlife species especially giant elands, warthogs, Cape buffaloes, Defassa waterbucks, bushbucks, impalas and Burchell’s zebras always roam from time to time.

Fine dining is provided at the on-site restaurant while wide range of drinks (in form of gins, whiskeys, Champagne, wines and beers) are provided at the spacious bar. This beautiful Safari Lodge also has a garden where majority of the fruits and vegetable served to guests are harvested.

Activities and experiences enjoyed by Mihingo Safari Lodge guests

Just standing on the Rocky kopjes, visitors are provided the rare glimpse of seeing the exceptional Klipspringers.

The night game drive increases chances of sighting the elusive leopards and you will be amazed by the population of these big cats within Lake Mburo National Park than any other popular East African safari destination.

Guests of Mihingo Lodge also have a chance of hiring a mountain bike for a more fun-filled encounter with animals in their natural environment.

To spice up your experience of the wilderness, it would interest you to know that the luxurious Mihingo Safari Lodge is the only Safari Lodge in the country offering daytime as well as overnight horseback rides within a National Park.

There is an impala and bushbucks salt lick close to some of the rooms, hence allowing guests to watch the animals at the comfort of their beds or private balconies.

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