• Mihingo Lodge, Uganda

About Mihingo Lodge

About Mihingo Lodge

Mihingo Lodge is a wonderfully located property with 10 stilted wooden bungalows covered in traditional thatch. Views stretch out across Lake Mburo National Park; a great lodge to relax at on your long drive back to Kampala. Stunning views, en-suite bathrooms, hot and cold running water and western toilets.

Lodge Details


Mihingo Lodge is a peaceful and luxurious retreat adjacent to Lake Mburo National Park.


Adjacent to Lake Mburo National Park

Accommodation & Facilities

Situated on privately owned land, Mihingo Lodge features ten rooms built on wooden platforms and stilts, covered by a thatched roof. Suspended under the thatched roof is a spacious and comfortable tent with en-suite bathrooms, including hot and cold running water, showers, and flush toilets.

Each luxury tented room is privately located, enabling guests to enjoy the tranquil environment. Some rooms are situated in a forest setting, some with a lake view, and some on rocky outcrops. All have great views.

Below the dining area, an infinity swimming pool stretches out from the rocks and disappears into the landscape beyond. From the dining and pool area, guests can enjoy the amazing view of the valley.


The main dining area is a large thatched structure built from rocks, the wood of dead olive trees found on the land, and native grasses


Animals gathering in the valley and at the waterhole below provide guests with fantastic game viewing opportunities from the comfort of the lodge.

The lodge has a swimming pool and there are massage facilities. The park offers boat trips on Lake Mburo and savannah walks either near Lake Mburo or around Mihingo Lodge. 

There are various options for game drives in Lake Mburo National Park and guests can take a short walk to the newly constructed hide near the water hole or visit a traditional Bahima farm. Horse riding is also available.

Child Policy

Children are welcome.

Responsible Tourism

Mihingo Lodge is an environmentally friendly accommodation. The buildings are constructed in such a way as to melt into the rocky outcrops and savannah landscape around them. All electricity, hot water and water pumps are powered by solar panels and there is a natural water catchment system to take advantage of the rains. 80% of all employees of Mihingo Lodge are from the local Ankole tribe and have received extensive training in hospitality services, and the management is dedicated to providing an exceptional safari experience for every visitor.

Want to stay here?

Contact one of our Destination Specialists to start planning your journey to include a stay here. Please note we recommend a budget of from £7,000 / $10,000 USD per person for our style of trip to this destination.

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