Mihingo lodge is a luxurious lodge found in a magical setting adjacent to Lake Mburo National Park, it’s a family owned lodge.
The lodge offers a spectacular views over a vast savannah landscape mixed with swampy type of vegetation. The lodge is designed to meet and reflect surroundings, its environmentally friendly lodge offers comfort ability, relaxation and the experience of being at one with nature.
Its swimming pool overlooks the valley where buffalo, eland, impala, warthogs, bush buck and zebra can be seen at the waterholes. The rocks gives you chances of spotting at the resident family of Klipspringers. Rocky kopje, whose pre-Cambrian granite boulders were formed over 500 million years ago.
Spot the rare cat (leopard), that are common during the night game drive you do have a good chance. And Lake Mburo is to host the largest number of leopards in East Africa.
Mihingo lodge offer day and overnight horse safaris into the national park and it’s the only lodge offering horseback riding safaris in Uganda.
The Lodge has 12 luxury which have tented rooms and are designed to provide guests with privacy and tranquillity. All rooms have their unique and character, whether it is nestled in forest, overlooking the lake, perched on a rocky outcrop or down by the water hole. Suni and Ralph have ensured they all share stunning views and provide guests with a light and airy sanctuary and a feeling of being alone in the bush.
Each spacious canvas tent is equipped with en-suite bathrooms, hot and cold running water, showers, and flush loos. The rooms have been sensitively designed to complement the local environment with great attention to detail. The doorways are framed by stunning pieces of dead olive wood found on the land.
The outside walls reflect the colours of the African soil, created with the help of a specialist from Lamu who mixed natural coloured pigments into the cement. Several of the rooms dramatically incorporate the granite boulders into the design of the bathrooms. As an environmentally friendly lodge all the lights are solar powered and each room has its own solar powered water heater.
Bush Buck and Impala have their own salt lick allowing guests to sit on their balcony and watch animals come and go.
The lodge offer early morning tea or coffee on room service base or request so you can take in the surrounding nature sitting on your spacious veranda before going a game drive or any of our other activity.
Buffalo and Water Hole rooms are situated down on the grassy plain, near the water. They are the furthest rooms from the lodge but they are very private and closer to the animals.