lake-albert-safari-lodgeIn Kabwoya Wildlife Reserve to the west of Uganda, Lake Albert Lodge stands with a typical touch of wilderness suitable for traveller’s stay on Uganda Safaris and tours.

Lake Albert Lodge opened its doors to guests in the month of September 2006 following one year of construction. It is impressively designed enjoying a perfect location with the views of Lake Albert – one of the main lakes of Uganda and the Congo’s Blue Mountains presenting a fascinating stay for the travelers on Safaris in Uganda.

Put together by as many local materials as possible, Lake Albert Lodge features beautiful main lodge, the lush swimming pool and the thatched Cabanas that are well furnished to the comfort of the guests.  The lodge features ten (10) lush Cottages with the views of the surrounding fascinating physical features including the Albertine rift valley.

In the middle of Murchison Falls National Park and Kibale National Park, the Lake Albert Lodge offers a journey break point for those that would wish to avoid long day drives. But interestingly, this stop comes along with a range of rich encounters including the amazing wild game of Kabwoya Wildlife Reserve that include; Waterbuck, Uganda Kob, Duiker, Oribi, Buffalo, Warthog, Olive Baboon, Black and White colobus Monkeys among others and birds such as African Pygmy Kingfisher, Black Shouldered Kite, Brown Parrot, Little Bee-eater among others. These would definitely add on the Uganda Safari holiday memories.

Lake Albert Safari Lodge can arrange exciting activities like Night and day game drive, horseback riding, fossil hunting, nature walks, birding among other wilderness adventures.  It offers a complete get away from the urban life and can serve as good location for team building initiatives and exclusive conferences.

The Lodge is named after Lake Albert which is positioned at the northern end of the western rift valley arm stretching to 160km in length and 30km in width not forgetting the depth of 51m and surface height of 619 above sea level noted to be the lowest point in Uganda.