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Pakuba Safari Lodge

Pakuba Safari Lodge

Pakuba Safari Lodge is a mid-range accommodation which offers a very beautiful thatched spacious rooms in the midst of the wildest part of Murchison Falls National Park. It graces the eastern bank of the Albert Nile, positioned within the stunning confines of Murchison Falls National Park. Here, guests treated to a mesmerizing spectacle as they gaze upon the grandeur of the majestic River Nile. The lodge’s strategic placement affords sweeping views of both the powerful river and the vast riverine forest below. With a carefully crafted layout, Pakuba Lodge ensures that a majority of its rooms and sitting areas.

Nestled in the heart of nature, Pakuba Lodge invites guests to unwind on their room verandas, where moments of relaxation become enriched by the enchanting sights of the Albert Nile, the distant undulating hills, and the regular visits of wildlife that further enhance the lodge’s allure. This harmonious blend of natural beauty and thoughtful design makes Pakuba Safari Lodge a haven for those seeking a tranquil escape amidst the captivating landscapes of Murchison Falls National Park.

Pakuba Safari Lodge lies in an outstanding location, inside Murchison Falls National Park in a prime game viewing area with spectacular views. You will often be startled by a Hippo, Elephant, Antelope, or sometimes a Leopard at your doorstep. It doesn’t get better than this! The Lodge is 305 kilometers from Kampala via Karuma and 10 kilometers from Tangi, the northern gate to Murchison Falls National Park.



All our guest rooms are en-suite bathrooms with running cold and hot water as well as a flush toilet. Beds are king size and fine linen has been carefully selected to ensure total comfort. Built on raised floors, the spacious en-suite rooms have balconies and large windows offering stunning river views. All our rooms have a bathroom with hot and cold water and a toilet. . Our aim is to provide our guests with the pleasure of being pampered in a home environment.

The Lodge is thoughtfully designed in a way that most rooms and sitting areas offer stunning views of the river and the park, with distant backdrops of undulating hills and incredible sightings of wildlife that visit the lodge regularly.



The lodge has an African-style restaurant that serves both local and continental cuisine, as well as a bar with a big lounge. Our lodge chefs use fresh ingredients to prepare high quality meals and even home-baked bread. The chefs aim to produce healthy, balanced and enticing menus, and are happy to cater to your individual requirements. A bar that offers all drinks.


Pakuba Safari Lodge has laundry services, a swimming pool, plenty of parking, free Wi-Fi in every room, a business center, conference hall for business meetings, crafts shop with African-style crafts, a healthy fitness center, and a terraced room with a fireplace to keep visitors warm.


Game Drive

Game drives here at the Lodge offer a varied and often unique experience! Although there are no rhinos in the park, visitors can certainly keep an eye out for big cats, Ugandan macaques, and the endangered Rothschild’s giraffe, to name just a few mammals. Monkey himself, where Monkeys himself lives in the north of the Murchison and Kidepo Valley, is another big look in the north.

Chimpanzee trekking in Budongo Forest

Although not part of Murchison Falls, the nearby Budongo Forest Reserve is easily accessible for guests staying in the national park. There are currently around 700 individual chimpanzees and groups of three habits, and the reserve has an especially accessible group.

This is the Kaniyo-Pabidi community whose members are accustomed to the Jane Goodall Institute. Although Kibale Forest has long been a place for chimpanzees, Budongo offers a fairly quiet experience in terms of visitor numbers and the terrain is more challenging than Kibale.

Bird Watching

Uganda  considered a bird watching mecca, attracting tourists from all over the world to see rare species such as the stork and the green-breasted pita. Although there are over a thousand species of birds throughout Uganda, Murchison herself has over 450 winged friends!

The incredibly diverse landscape of the park provides a habitat for a wide variety of species. Bird watchers can catalog a wide range of birds in just a few days, from the herons, ducks, terns, and cormorants that thrive in the waters of the Nile and its surrounding deltas, to ospreys and cranes on the open plains.

Nature Walking and Hikes

Murchison Falls National Park is a huge and diverse desert that can explore some places -bird watchers and adventure spirits, this is an incredible experience!

Cruise for the river can travel from the top of the waterfall to the top of the waterfall, and Rabongo and Kaniyo Pabidi forests Trail -Midfielder has the opportunity to see several wonderful birds and breastfeed.

Animals, animals, animals, including long animals. Guided marsh walks along the Nile and Lake Albert deltas offer budding birders the chance to spot the odd-looking shoe stork, but it’s worth remembering that this is only possible when the water level is low.

Nile River Cruise

Visitors to this national park can explore the Nile in a variety of ways, from sunset cruises to boat trips upstream to see Murchison Falls national park itself. For example, scheduled boat trips depart from Paraa Safari Lodge at 9.00 am and 3.00 pm daily. Paraa is located above the waterfall, allowing visitors to enjoy wonderful views down the river. However, for the best boating experience, it’s worth booking a private expedition at Baker’s Lodge on the south bank of the Nile.

Sunset cruises are a great start to Murchison, especially for visitors arriving by road. What better way to enter the wilderness than with a refreshing drink in the world’s longest river zoo? A boat trip to the falls reveals the sheer power of the Nile as it roars through a gap of only 7 meters, the narrowest point in the mighty river