Mayanja River Lodge
Mayanja river lodge has four luxurious fully serviced East African safari tents. It includes a large mess hall, fully stocked bar and ice machine. Furnished with handmade Teak furniture, the lodge has a comfortable lounge area and fireplace. Wi-Fi access is available in the dining hall. The camp is serviced by a waterhole complemented by a water filtration system.
A generator provides power during the day and full time electricity during the night is supplied by a battery pack. Mayanja will soon have its own solar panel system. All our camps have access to Wi-Fi. Head to the Mayanja River Lodge website to find out more and see photos!
Bwana Tembo Safari Camp
Bwana Tembo is a charming family-run Safari camp located a mere 10km from the Murchison Falls northern gate. Since its opening in February 2012 the camp has been offering a friendly and laid back ambiance for travellers wishing who want to find the perfect getaway from the stress of everyday life.
The fresh home-made Italian cuisine is prepared to the highest standards and is mouth-wateringly good.
The camp, sprawled at just a kilometer from the White Nile, is comprised of both cottages and safari tents to suit the needs of a diverse clientele. All accommodation types are self-contained with flushing toilets, hand basins and showers with hot and cold running water. Each cottage or tent has its own veranda from where to enjoy the sunset over the Nile. Bwana Tembo is entirely Eco-friendly, with solar power systems ensuring that all accommodations have light throughout the day and night.
The Karenga Camp is situated about 1km from the Kidepo National Park boundary, 1hour drive from the airstrip and about 30 minutes’ drive from the park entrance. It has 6 safari tents, each with an ensuite bathroom, and a comfortable mess hall for meals. Right now the camp is operational but we are in the process of some small renovations.
It is ideally placed for the various activities we can organize in the Karamoja region: game drives in the Kidepo National Park, Cultural visits to the Karamojong, half or full day hiking, wildlife tracking. Electricity and hot water are provided for by both the solar power system and the generator. Head to the Karamoja Gallery to see some photos!