Pakuba safari lodge-Uganda safari accommodation
With the best location in Murchison falls national park, Pakuba safari lodge is the prime safari accommodation for your Uganda safari tour.
Pakuba safari lodge is a mid-range safari lodge located in Murchison falls national park. The lodge is one of the best strategically located lodge in the park. Right in the middle of the park, the park has amazing views over the savanna plains, the forest and the Albert Nile. The lodge offers amazing panoramic views of the African wilderness. Elephants, giraffes, leopards, water buck are some of the frequent visitors around the lodge.
Pakuba safari lodge Accommodation
Pakuba safari lodge has 32 double/twin amazing rooms. Each room is en-suite, air conditioned with comfortable double or twin beds all fitted with mosquito nets. The rooms are fitted with high pressured showers and flushing toilets. The rooms have charging points a reading table and a closet. Each room has a private verandah that allows you to relax and enjoy the views of the wilderness on your Uganda safari tour.
The lodge has 4 family cottages that allow you stay with your loved ones on your Uganda safari tour. The family suites have 2 independent rooms, each with its own toilets and showers and an interconnecting door. These are suitable with families with children. The cottages are air conditioned and have private verandahs for privacy.
The lodge has well trained and efficient staff that is ready to cater to your every need. The lodge has a lounge with Wi-Fi, a fully stocked bar and has an amazing view of the park. Coffee and snacks are served as you marvel at the beauty of the savanna plains. Wildlife like giraffes, elephants and antelopes can be seen at the lounge.
The lodge has an amazing pool that allows you to cool off after a morning game drive. Attendants are at your service with drinks and towels.
At Pakuba safari lodge, you don’t have to drive long distances in search of the wildlife. The lodge’s location in the middle of the park offers amazing opportunities to see the elusive wildlife like the leopards.