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+256 708 913 593 [email protected] Kyaliwajala - Naalya Road, Kampala, Uganda.

Chobe Safari Lodge is definitely a wow factor– and it’s not just the Lodge but also its surroundings. Cushioned in the northern bank of River Nile in Murchison Falls National Park.  Wildly lavish, opulent, and individual, Chobe is renowned as Murchison’s most exclusive lodge retreat. Famed for its service and cuisine (long, lazy meals are just one of the signature experiences here), the activities here are completely unique – each offers unrivaled exclusivity, with commanding views towards River Nile, it uses Wilderness principles in its design: each room is huge with enormous open-air bathrooms and massive beds with a light and airy feel. The lodge has the biggest pool in the Uganda National Park’s for extra cooling. It’s great for families too, with children’s meals and a nanny service all part of the package.

Chobe Safari LodgeChobe Safari Lodge is a classic luxury lodge option for those wanting to visit Murchison Falls National Park and its activities, visitors feels more like joining a family than simply being a guest in a lodge. A dedicated team ensures every moment of your stay is special by ensuring all visitors receive the five-star treatment, the chef simply prepares whatever you wish to eat both international and local dishes. You’ll never want to leave. The well-stocked bar having a great assortment of wines, spirits, local drinks, and whisky and among others.

This five-level luxury is located in an ideal place where you can spot wildlife, birds, flora, and fauna within the same area. It also favors the guest to have an opportunity to carry out fishing on the River Nile through friendly gears.

A boat trip is one for all the endless romantics’ outdoor experience. For a very special end to the day, board a modern-built boat and cruise along the mighty river as the sun sinks slowly beneath the falls. No more so imagine sharing anything more memorable with your loved one. And no trip in Murchison Falls is complete without a boat trip.

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