Twiga Safari Lodge

Murchison Falls National Park
Birding Daydrive Walk Boatride Swimming

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Game Viewing
Price Guide $$$

Twiga Safari Lodge: Our View

Twiga Safari Lodge is a mid-range lodge with 8 exclusive partly tented rooms situated on the bank of the river Nile in Mubaako Paraa opposite the Murchison falls National Park. The lodge is located at the heart of all the activities carried out in the park as it is a 5-minute drive away from the Paraa ferry crossing. Guests can enjoy a boat ride and hike to the famous Murchison falls, sport fishing, bird watching at the Lake Albert Delta, and game drives through the National Park across the river.

Twiga Safari Lodge aims at providing guests with comfortable accommodation in a serene and relaxing environment. Guests will see monkeys and various birds freely moving through the grounds of the lodge, while Murchison Falls National Park is situated close by.

Twiga Safari Lodge operates a restaurant serving continental meals and has a well-stocked bar that offers a wide range of beverages. Twiga Safari Lodge strives for excellent service and enjoys breath-taking views of the Nile River, providing a scenic vantage point for viewing Uganda’s wildlife lounging in and next to the river during the day and grazing on land at night around the lodge.

The accommodation at Twiga Safari Lodge is designed to fuse luxury Safari tents with African thatched cottages elevated off the ground.This provides a heightened experience with nature in which clients can hear and view some wildlife while in the safety and comfort of their room.

Twiga Safari Lodge: Quick Facts

  • 8 luxury partly tented, partly thatched rooms
  • On the banks of the River Nile
  • Restaurant and bar
  • Close to Murchison Falls National Park
  • Boat rides
  • Hike up to Murchison Falls
  • Sport fishing
  • Game drives
  • Birding

Twiga Safari Lodge: The Details

Murchison Falls National Park is accessed by a ferry just minutes away from Twiga Safari Lodge. On 4x4 drives or boat drives in the Park you may spot lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, baboon and a host of other African species, as well as flocks of shoebill storks, hippo, and the greatest concentration of crocodiles in Uganda.

The variety of wildlife in the park is astonishing, as are the 450-plus recorded bird species. You may see four of the Big Five here, with the exception being rhino.