Kabalega Wilderness Lodge is a standard lodge in Murchison Falls National Park. It derives its name from Omukama (King) Chwa II Kabalega who was the ruler of the Bunyoro kingdom.
The lodge is a tribute to the great King and the people and culture of Bunyoro. All the lodge structures are made from an architectural balance of mud and wood. And, the roofs are thatched with handpicked grass from the rolling plains of the neighboring villages.
Also, the walls are plastered in an African style with wattle with a contemporary twist. Furthermore, the cabins and dining feature an open design to offer sightings of the unique African wilderness.
Accommodation at Kabalega Wilderness Lodge
Kabalega Wilderness Lodge offers two cabin designs that are adaptable to appeal to every type of traveler.
Deluxe Safari Cabins
The Cabins are wrapped by the surrounding bush. And, are delightfully poised to provide you with a spectacular view of the African sunset and River Nile.
En-Suite Amenities Include,
- river view bath
- enclosed toilet and walk-in rain shower
- a double or two single beds
- a private deck
- Single Safari Cabins
Single Safari Cabins are designed to give you your little enclave of paradise. They are both near to, and slightly remote, from the shared areas to enable true solitude but not lonesomeness.
Single Safari Cabins Have Access To,
- A private timber-decked balcony
- The bathroom has a wash basin
- A flushing toilet
- A bathtub