Mihingo Lodge

Relaxing and peaceful Mihingo Lodge is adjacent to the Lake Mburo National Park; renowned for being the only place in Uganda where one might view zebra and impala. Additionally Lake Mburo has large numbers of waterbuck, buffalo, hippo, bushbuck and if you are lucky you will see oribi, reedbuck, leopard and crocodiles. The landscape is charming and the lodge's tented accommodation blends with it well. The camp's hot water and electricity is all powered by solar energy, a pleasing eco twist to this well-appointed property. The camp is a charming stop-over accommodation before moving on to experience gorilla trekking.

Mihingo Lodge Pool with a View View from Mihingo Lodge Uganda Tented Room Mihingo Lode Lake Mburo
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The lodge has 10 tented rooms, all of which are spacious and provide en suite facilities. The bathrooms provide flush toilets, hot and cold water, showers and excellent views. The tents are built on raised wooden platforms and shielded under thatch roofs. The tents set well apart, ideal for couples or those just wishing to escape. The camp provides a thatched dining area, below which is a large swimming pool, perfect for a cool dip on a warm day. For casual game viewing there is a waterhole below the pool, an easy way to enjoy good sightings.

Getting There

Mihingo Lodge is located approximately 3.5 hours' drive from Kampala (to the national park).


Game drives, horseback safaris, boat trip on Lake Mburo, walking safaris and game walks.

Read what our previous clients thought of Mihingo Lodge

Review of Mihingo Lodge

Anke Korthauer

Beautiful Place and very nice Management. Unfortunately it was raining, so we skipped some Activities. The Leopard Room had an amazing View.

10/02/2020 Read full trip review

Review of Mihingo Lodge

Emmet O'Brien

Unfortunately we didn't get to see the best part of this lodge on our trip. Due to the circumstances we only spent a few hours at night and missed out on the views, which we know to be amazing. The lodge itself was very nice perched high up on a hilll overlooking the plains, it had a lovely bar and infinity pool. Our room was a luxury tent, which…

28/06/2012 Read full trip review

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