Sambiya River Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Murchison Falls National Park
We were out by 6:30 and reached the park gates by 7:00 a.m. - when they opened. We drove around seeing animals all the way and our drivers even took us to a tree where they know that a pride of about 7 lions rest all day. At times you could look out over the grasslands and count 6 or 8 types of animals at once. Here are ...
... nicely, to our accommodation just beyond the park limits. We did not get to Fort Murchison Lodge until after 7 pm arriving in total darkness. Judy and I managed with our flashlights to get organized in our tent, and, after a delicious dinner we fell asleep easily on our comfortable cots, only to be awakened at 3 am by a dramatic thunderstorm. All was well; the thatched roof over our tent was sturdy.
... later one of our vans showed up to provide a select few (Vivian and I qualifed as 2 of the 8, 6 others remained on the side of the road) with some reprieve from the rain.
Perhaps we missed out on communing with the chimps, but trekking through a jungle in torrential rain, and fading light is certainly an experience I willsoon forget. Disappointing to have missed the chimps, but still very ...
... is owned by a British man called Ray. Here they will get to watch the football match, and have their tea with us. We also invited Bosco, Solomon, Isaac, Michael and Ibra from the community. They were going to be making their own way there via taxi bus. We arrive at the sports bar to see they had invited more! So we went from 8 boys to 12! Michael ordered pizza, which he would be trying for the very first time! He also enjoyed left over Talapia fish from the volunteers. ...
... farmers from the rural areas. While farming was once a distinguished occupation in Uganda, in fact, many rural Ugandans are embarrassed to call themselves farmers, since they can barely produce enough to support their own families.
It is clear that the opportunity exists to impact Uganda’s future generations positively with the development of the Kakooge Sustainable Agriculture Training College. If you want ...