Murchison Tree house Lodge.
Murchison Tree house Lodge is an Eco friendly accommodation; along the southern banks of the River Nile near the Murchison falls national park. Since the lodge is adjacent to the River Nile and Murchison falls park; it offers a great opportunity for guests to view aquatic creatures like hippos and birds.
Murchison Tree house Lodge also offers number of accommodations depending on the interest of the guest. The accommodations range from tree house to camp sites. All the rooms have private verandas with views of the park and River Nile.
Categories of rooms in Murchison Tree house Lodge
These are built high in the old riverin trees by the shores of the River Nile; offering great views of the river Nile and the palm dotted savanna grasslands of Murchison fall national park. The tree houses are also spacious offering the opportunity to have a peaceful retreat in the wild. Each tree house has a double bed, wardrobe, open air shower rising from a tree branches, toilet and a private veranda overlooking the Nile.
The grass thatched canvas cottages are in the hidden areas to blend with the savanna grasslands. Therefore, each cottage has en suite showers and toilet, with twin bed, table.
Bandas and safari tents
These offer an exciting wilderness experience in the forested area. The location of the safari tents therefore, ensures privacy and tranquility in the forests. Each safari tent has twin beds, solar lighting with safari chairs outside. The shower and toilet are outside.
The campsite is also in a spacious campsite in the wide forest area offering a wilderness experience in the Murchison falls. The old fig trees provide a cool shade in the serene campsite. The camp site however, has solar energy, clean water, clean toilets and showers. Camp fires are also lit in the nights.
The main area of the Murchison Tree house Lodge comprises of the restaurant that serves African buffet meal. The bar also offers a range of alcoholic drinks while the lounge offers a magnificent view of the sunset over the Nile.