The Jewel Of The Nile

Established in 1954, Paraa Safari Lodge is in Murchison Falls National Park. The lodge is located in the north west of Uganda over looking one of nature’s best kept secrets, the River Nile, on its journey from its source at Lake Victoria to join Lake Albert – here it is suddenly channeled into a gorge only six meters wide, and cascades 43 meters below.The earth literally trembles at Murchison Falls – one of the world’s most powerful flows of natural water. Paraa Safari Lodge offers a unique blend of comfort, relaxation and adventure. Each of the rooms is a haven of style and serenity, complete with balcony and private bathroom.



Standard rooms are sold as single, double and twin rooms with a comfortable, simple safari atmosphere. Each of the standard rooms has a swimming pool and winding Nile views. Nile Safari Lodge offers the Queen’s cottages that give guests a different world of experience, novelty and exclusivity for ultimate comfort. The unique architecture peacefully blends into the landscaped environment and expansive savannah plains views. The grand balconies boast spectacular views of lush vegetation and rich wildlife, as well as the famous River Nile. The safari suites are the perfect Murchison Falls accommodation for guests who want a little more space and privacy to relax during their Uganda Safari holiday. Each suite has a spacious living room with comfortable sofas and a refreshment minibar for a long day out on the game tracks.


take a break away from the city hustle

Kaniyo Pabidi forest (8 kms from Kicumbanyobo Gate on Masindi Paraa road or 56kms from Paraa Safari Lodge) is a beautiful natural forest dominated by giant mahogany and ironwood trees. Chimpanzees can be tracked from Kaniyo Pabidi tourism site, which is run by the Jane Goodall Institute. Bird-life here is abundant including; the Chocolate-Backed Kingfisher, the White-thighed Hornbill; and Puvel’s Illaposis, which is found nowhere else in East Africa. Rabongo Forest is an island of tropical river forest set in a sea of grassland in the south-east of the conservation area, 1 1/2 hours drive from the lodge. The forest can be explored on foot in search of primates such as Black-white Colobus, red tailed monkeys, baboons and occasionally chimpanzees.