Tilenga Safari Lodge is a Mid-range safari lodge that sits in famous Murchison Falls National Park on its northern sides and it is haven of comfort and serenity. More so, Tilenga Safari lodge lies just 1.7 kilometers away from Tangi gate on of Murchison Falls national park entrance gates. Along your journey here, you will need to watch out for its signpost a few kilometers before the Pakwach Bridge that overlooks out on the majestic Albert Nile.
Cottages featured; Tilenga Safari Lodge offers 13 elegant visitor’s cottages with pleasant facilities and 2 luxury tents which are designed to provide sophisticated tranquility. However, the main tourist attraction around the lodge are the mighty Nile River that bisects the park into two and all the cottages and luxury tents features with overlooking balconies and terraces that faces the magnificent sweeping views around. On visit to Tilenga Safari Lodge you will definitely enjoy the breath taken away by these fabulous view which is a guarantee at the lodge.
Location; The lodge is found in one of the most impressive parts of Murchison Falls National Park which is 1.7kilometer away from Tangi gate on the main Karuma –Pakwach road.
Tilenga Safari Lodge – Amenities, Room Services
The lodge offer a variety of classic accommodation that suits budgets from the executive to Mid-Market. On visit, you can enjoy these beautiful cottages with clean and comfortable thatched tents, rest with great value for money which is guaranteed.
The lodge has accommodative staffs
All rooms are clean and well designed with comfortable bath rooms, beds with mosquitoes
They have restaurant that serves perfect meals to guests
Tilenga Safari Lodge is a newly built Mid –Range safari Accommodation in Murchison Falls National Park .Although the choice of accommodation varies and it’s a great comfortable safari lodge for your perfect holiday while on Uganda safari in Murchison Falls National Park.
Activities to do at Tilengi Safari Lodge- Murchison Falls National Park
Fishing –Sport fishing
The lodge is located near the Nile River that lies below Murchison Falls that provides exciting challenges to anglers. It also offers great chances to land a massive Nile Perch. The most recorded weight of a Nile Perch is 108kilogrames. However, fishing is restricted to some sites and places are limited so book in advance.
Most of visitors visit Murchison Falls for safari and it’s the location to Tilenga Safari lodge. However, the park is a home for over 76 mammal species and 450 bird’s species. While on visit on game expect to explore various animal species; Giraffes, Uganda Kobs, Bushbucks, Elephants, Hartebeests, waterbucks, Hyenas, Kobs, Buffaloes among others.
The park also boosts with amazing boat cruise which can be conducted on the Victoria Nile downstream to the Nile delta that runs into Lake Albert. This experience can take about 4 to 5 hours return voyage offering a good time of sign seeing of rare shoebill stork and variety of other wildlife species. You might opt to pre-arrange spot from where your driver picks you up and continue with a game drive.
Visit the top of the falls
This is the most fabulous view of the world’s most powerful water fall ‘’Murchison Falls’’ where the sight and sound of the Nile crashes down the falls thus making an unforgettable experience. However, it can be reached by the vehicle and foot hiking to its top.
The park boosts with over 450 bird species which can be viewed during your visit on safari or safari stay at Tilenga Safari Lodge. Where you will be able to have spectacular view of unique shoe bills and more favorite bird species.
Hiking and Nature walks
Murchison Falls National Park hosts with vast of landscape that can be explored on foot through stunning trails of Kaniyo pabidi and Rabongo Forests that offers impressive sights of primates, birds. You can take a walk around the Nile Lake Albert Delta with great sighting of Shoebill.
The park is known as Uganda’s Largest and oldest national park that is occupied with thrilling Kaniyo pabidi forest where chimpanzee tracking takes place in Murchison Falls National park and home to other primates and notable bird species as well as a home to famous mahogany and ironwood trees.