Sir Winston Churchill called Uganda the ‘Pearl of Africa’ and after a two week trip I knew he was dead on right! It is not often that I have seen such wonderful diversity in all in one country. Let’s just call it now the unhidden Pearl of Africa.
Mweya Safari Lodge In the News
Mweya Safari Lodge as part of the Marasa Africa lodges in Uganda has teamed up with Balloon Tours Ltd. to make hot-air ballooning possible and affordable in UGANDA!
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Fifty years ago Uganda was the "Pearl of Africa," a newly independent republic with a thriving economy, a functioning democracy and splendid national parks.
It was the place to take a safari holiday -- floating down the crocodile-flanked Nile, fishing on Lake Victoria, wandering among the elephant herds of Queen Elizabeth National Park or listening to the roar of mighty Murchison Falls.
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Mweya, approximately 376 kilometres (234 miles) south-west of Kampala, means 'meeting place'. Unfortunately at some point somebody erected a glut of ugly buildings, now fallen into disuse. But the good news is that busy Mweya Safari Lodge has its back to the ruins. Situated on a bluff, it embraces Lake Edward and Kazinga Channel. Stunning views greet you through large windows in the lodge's foyer, where you receive a very warm welcome.
APTA Member Marasa Africa has introduced two new luxury boats to cruise the Nile at Mweya and Paraa Safari lodges in Uganda. Guests can enjoy a 2 hour water safari on a luxurious boat from Mweya Safari Lodge through Uganda’s Kazinga Channel.