A MIDRANGE ACCOMODATION IN THE ALBERTINE RIFT – UGANDA SAFARI NEWS
Positioned in the village of Katara, Enganzi Lodge is one of the coziest lodges that a traveler would ever spend an overnight while on safari tour in Uganda. The lodge overlooks the open flats of the western rift valley with clear views of Ruwenzori Mountains in the morning. The accommodation is offered in its five (5) cozy cottages crafted in authentic traditional materials that featuring both single and double accomodation that in all means provide a comfortable overnight stay while on Uganda safari tour.
It lies at the boarder of Queen Elizabeth National Park along Mbarara road with spacious environs that equip the guests with enough atmospheres to enjoy their safari holidays in Uganda. The public area features a confortable lounge and restaurant with overlooking views of the Albertine flats and mountains of the moon – the Rwenzori mountains providing a ground for a thrilling breakfast amidst the cool fresh breath from the valley below or a rejuvenating sundowner after an extended wildlife safari and Kazinga Channel launch cruise in the National Park of Queen Elizabeth.
The cottages are raised from the ground with private deck offering undisturbed scenic views of the Albertine flats and beyond. They are equipped with modern washrooms with showers and bath tub. The rooms are equipped with mineral water bottles and the quiet nights offer you the true taste of tradition and serene atmosphere that makes Uganda an ideal safari destination. The wooden beds fitted with modern and comfortable beddings will make this lodge your overnight place while planning your safari holiday to Uganda.
The road to Enganzi Lodge traverses through the local village surrounded with banana plantations, crop gardens and African building style which gives you a perfect start of your journey into the wilderness of Queen Elizabeth marked by rolling savannah dotted with series of Lakes both fresh water and volcanic salty lakes not forgetting the famous Kazinga channel that intersect the park joining Lake Edward and Lake George.
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