Mweya Safari Lodge

Enclosed by the 'Mountains of the Moon' and nestled on a peninsula deep at the heart of the Queen Elizabeth National Park, the Mweya Safari Lodge offers guests a unique safari experience. To the east of the lodge lies the Great Rift Valley Hills that are divided from the Mountains of the Moon by the great Kazinga Channel that flows into the colossal Lake Edward and Lake George.

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  • Flexible booking terms
  • Secured deposit
  • 100% financial protection
  • Stringent safety & hygiene standards
  • Tried & trusted by our clients
  • Emergency medical care

The hotel's infinity pool is the perfect place to relax. Guest's day soaking up the rays on a sun lounger or cooling off in the pools refreshing waters while sipping a cocktail and enjoying a stunning view of the Kazinga Channel. The Lodge also offers a restaurant and bar as well as a health club that provides a spa and gym. If staying on a Saturday there is the chance guests will be treated to specially prepared barbeques and traditional dances by locals.

Guests have plenty of choice concerning accommodation with a variety of options on offer. There are 32 standard rooms, 12 deluxe rooms with air conditioning and 2 suites. For larger groups or families or indeed for guests wishing to enjoy a slightly more private experience there are 4 each distinctly unique cottages provided along with 4 tented accommodation options.

Getting There

A full day's drive from Entebbe or Kampala (anything from 6 - 8 hours), 2-4 hour drive from Ishasha district of Queen Elizabeth National Park. Private charted flights can land at Mweya Airstrip, 4 hour drive from Lake Mburo and a 6 hour drive from Bwindi Forest.


Game drives, boat trips, chimp tracking, nature walks.

Read what our previous clients thought of Mweya Safari Lodge

Review of Mweya Safari Lodge

Anke Korthauer

Very nice Room and everybody from the Service very helpful and caring. Even due the Christmas Period it was not as crowded as the Paraa Safari Lodge

10/02/2020 Read full trip review

Review of Mweya Safari Lodge


While Mweya feels a little more corporate than we expected, the food was delicious and watching the hippos, crocodiles and birds was amazing - especially at meals, with the little song birds flitting by.

14/06/2014 Read full trip review

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