Semliki Safari Lodge

Booking Office: 5 Binayomba Avenue, Bugolobi


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Overview & Features

Staying at Semliki is like stepping back in time.  It evokes the spirit of the old explorers, it piques curiosity and inspires discovery.
Semliki Safari Lodge, Main Lodge, Toro Semliki, Fort Portal. Semliki is secluded and intimate. With a maximum of 18 guests, the lodge promises excellent service and attention to detail…and an unforgettable experience.

Guests stay in golden-hued tents with gleaming hardwood floors.  Staying under canvas is one of the most romantic and exciting things to do in on safari in Africa.  You hear the sounds, you feel the wind, you smell the rain before it comes.  But this isn’t roughing it either:  the tents are protected by a thick thatch roof and feature en-suite bathrooms with running water, hot showers and flush toilets.  Tea or coffee is brought to you in the morning so you can lie in bed or sit on your veranda and drink in the view before the day begins.

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Pay for 2 nights and stay for 3 nights




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  1. Tommy L Luanda says:

    We recently stayed for three nights at the Semliki Safari Lodge during a tour of Uganda organized for us by Imagine Africa. A great setting: the Rwenzori Mountains as the backdrop, jungle alive with hornbills in the middle distance, and an expanse of colobus-monkey-draped trees and lush grassland sweeping down from the main lodge.

    The dining was excellent. The manager arranged a communal dining experience reminiscent of the safari lodges of old. Fascinating people, good conversation, attentive service.

    The cabins are well positioned allowing privacy without too great a walk to the main communal area. It was clean and comfortable and the bathroom & shower were a great improvement on some others we met with in Uganda.

    Game drives, both day and night, were promptly organized by the helpful manager and well guided. It was also a good base for touring the rest of the region. At night a fire was lit around which we relaxed, watching fireflies silently float through the surrounding darkness. Overall we had a great trip, including more expensive and more modern lodges, but there was something about the Semliki Lodge that made it the stand-out.

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