Mihingo Lodge has 12 luxury tented rooms are lovingly furnished in ‘contemporary rustic style. They have private en-suite bathrooms, with hot and cold running water, showers, and flush loos. The rooms have been sensitively designed to complement the local environment with great attention to detail, contemporary, yet with just enough nostalgia, its elegant rooms, cool terrace and exotic detail are matched only by the attentive staff.
At the heart of the malaria-free in Lake Mburo National Park, Mihingo Lodge is a pristine, family-owned lodge nestled within the Park that offer the wilderness with plenty of opportunities to see the wild animals and some big five as well as the rare Blue Crane and other endangered species. It’s an exclusive safari lodge that offers a variety of sophisticated styles, from traditional to contemporary.
Enjoy your delicious food and watch wildlife at the same time on a thatched dining area that sits on top of a rocky kopje. Another way to relax at Mihingo lodge is by getting a full body massage which takes approximately 1 hour. The massage place is situated in the forest with birds and butterflies. Mihingo safari lodge was designed with the major aim of creating comfort and satisfaction to guests, this evidence by each room has its own distinctive setting with a magnificent view at either the lake or forest.
Enjoy the serenity of the spacious dining area that prepares global meals coupled with the tranquility of the bar stocked with a haven of drinks. A large swimming pool overlooking the valley from where you can see plenty of wildlife is part of the ways you can enjoy relaxing while having fun at the lodge. Guests can also enjoy the view of a westward oriented valley and its stunning evening sunsets over Park.
Mihingo safari lodge offers a unique experience safari activity which may not find elsewhere in Uganda lodges, the horseback riding safari gives you close contact with the nature of Lake Mburo National Park as you come across different mammals within the Park such as buffalo, eland, impala, warthogs, bushbuck, and zebra can be seen at the waterhole.