Northern Region Accommodation

Northern Region Accommodation


Kidepo Valley National Park

Apoka Safari Lodge Park entrance fees apply.

Experience real safari style quarters in the very heart of the African wilderness. Luxury thatched en suite cottages offer spectacular views of the savannah, mountains and the Uganda wildlife and you can lounge in a spacious outdoor tub set into the rocks as the stars come out and lions roar in the distance.  Watch zebra, cob, impala, eland, buffalo and more roam freely and wander past your cottage. The outdoor swimming pool, carved into the rock, offers welcome relief from the heat and is a must-see. A central dining area serves superb food and overlooks the nearby watering hole where wildlife gathers. For a truly wild experience, bush dinners can be arranged. This is Uganda safari living at its very best!

Adere Safari Lodge Park entrance fees apply.

Adere Safari Lodge is a mid-range lodge in Kidepo Valley National Park located in a serene environment in the beautiful savannah grassland which is a perfect location for honeymooners. The lodge offers 20 self-contained chalets at the friendly prices with a comfortable lounge where you can read in-house book collection. The magnificent Lodge has a large pool area and a well-equipped spa where guests can enjoy a massage and relax after a long safari day. The restaurant offers both local and international dishes served with a cool drink. Tourists can engage in various activities among others nature walks, community tours and game drives.

Kidepo Savannah Lodge

Kidepo Savannah Lodge is part of a chain of hotels in Uganda which offer clean, comfortable, cosy accommodation, good food and good value for money. The magnificent location has wild views of the Narus Valley, Morungole hills and the mountains and the lodge is frequented by a variety of Uganda wildlife. Zebras and antelopes may shelter from predictors here at night and you may encounter visiting elephants, water buffalo and more.  Spacious en suite Uganda safari style tented rooms, on raised decks with private verandas, give an authentic African adventure feel to your stay and tasty food is available in the thatched restaurant and bar area. Kidepo boasts a rich tribal heritage and travellers can visit the hunter-gatherer Ik tribe and experience the traditional dances of the Napore and Nyange tribes.



Murchison Falls national park

Paraa Safari Lodge Park entrance fees apply.

Paraa Safari Lodge is a large hotel in an idyllic setting overlooking the Nile.  Its north bank location is near the ferry crossing and very convenient for game drives.  The décor aims to reflect a bygone era of early explorers and rooms have a balcony and private bathroom. Expect generous buffets and barbeques – great food and plenty of choice! This area can get hot so the swimming pool overlooking the river is a welcome feature.

Pakuba Safari Lodge Park entrance fees apply.

Charmingly nestled on the Eastern Bank of the Albert Nile in Murchison Falls, Pakuba Safari Lodge affords panoramic views of the mighty River Nile, sweeping vistas of the surrounding riverine forest below and captivating surrounding wilderness where travelers get the chance to see giraffes, elephants, antelopes and occasionally leopards that pay regular visits.

The tastefully furnished accommodation comprises 4 family suites with two independent en suite rooms with an interconnecting door and suitable for families with Children. The 32 Double/Twin rooms are decorated with private en suite bathrooms beautifully furnished with private verandah outside providing an exceptional experience for guests to relax and unwind as they take in the sights and sounds of the wilderness. The lodge has a large swimming pool. While staying here, be sure to enjoy game viewing, Victoria Nile river boat cruise, top of the falls hikes and birding.

Baker’s Lodge

If you’re looking for an exclusive, eco-friendly, luxury safari style experience, Baker’s Lodge will not disappoint!  Large, beautifully appointed en suite tented rooms sit on wooden decks and overlook the Nile and the Uganda wildlife, which includes hippos, monkeys, baboons and a range of birds. The food is delicious and the splendid thatched dining and lounge areas are comfortable and luxurious. The lodge is conveniently situated a short drive from the Paraa ferry crossing.


Murchison River Lodge

Situated directly on the southern bank of the River Nile overlooking Murchison Falls national park Uganda’s largest park, the mid-range accommodation is completely off grid but has a beautiful concept and design encouraging gentle engagement with nature without compromising on comfort. The thatched en-suite cottages, safari tents and river tents have hot showers and toilets with a wide veranda overlooking the bush and a sofa and hammock for guests to relax and enjoy the bird life: perfect for families.  The highlights of the lodge include very attentive staff with great customer care, a large swimming pool and pool lounge. Enjoy a lovely home-made meal in the restaurant and a well-stocked bar as well as a safe children’s play area. The lodge offers nature and community walks, game drives, fishing and boat trips.



Fort Murchison

Fort Murchison is part of a chain of hotels in Uganda which offer clean, comfortable, cosy accommodation, good food and good value for money. Built in the style of an Arab slave trade fort, the lodge reflects the African slave trade history of the area.  The twelve rooms boast en suite showers and balconies and tented accommodation is also available. The recently added pool and bar area overlook the Nile and offer superb views and breath-taking sunsets.