In The Heart Of The Queen Elizabeth National Park

Mweya Safari Lodge offers visitors an unforgettable experience. Located on a peninsula within the heart of the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Mweya Safari Lodge is surrounded by the magical Rwenzori Mountains aptly described as the ‘Mountains of the Moon’. view our video To the east, lie the guardians of the birthplace of mankind, the Great Rift Valley hills, separated from the Mountains of the Moon by the meandering Kazinga Channel. Here the water flows endlessly into two giant lakes – Lake George and Lake Edward.
“We believe beyond doubt that unique encounters always begin off the beaten track…”


safari style accommodations

The 12 Deluxe Rooms have air conditioning, a bonus in what can be a humid climate. The Honeymoon Suite is in a private corner of camp, furthest from the main lodge and next to a waterhole often frequented by elephants. It also features a romantic, king-size four-poster bed. For a more safari-style, romantic ambience, we also suggest that honeymooners stay in one of Mweya’s luxury tents with their fully equipped en suite bathrooms and lovely wooden terrace overlooking the Kazinga Channel. The Family Cottages, Queen and Presidential Cottages offer a quality living experience. These two and three bedroom, air-conditioned cottages feature living areas, wooden floors, and spacious wooden decks with splendid views of the channel, lakes and distant mountains. Some are equipped with a small kitchenette and a dining area.


variety of wildlife

 The wildlife biodiversity in Queen Elizabeth National Park is most astonishing with 95 types of mammals and 612 different birds. The Kazinga Channel alone is said to contain the world’s largest concentration of hippos. Other wildlife includes lion, warthogs, buffalo, rare aquatic sitatunga antelope, giant forest hog, Uganda kob, topi, waterbuck, elephant and leopard. Mammal species – 95, Bird species – 612. The national park plays host to many unique attractions and adventures.