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Nile Safari Camp
Why we like it
- Situated on the banks of the River Nile between Murchison Falls and Lake Albert
- The camp offers all the home comforts expected in this rustic African location
- Activities include bird watching, nature walks, game drive and boat trips
- Comfortable and simply designed rooms with a private outside area
- Facilities include an outdoor pool and a campfire in the evening perfect places for relaxing in the African bush
- A visit to the local Mubaku village gives an insight into the local way of life
As night falls watch as the fireflies dance over the River Nile and listen to the nocturnal wildlife begin their day, a truly magical place.
My wife, Cindy, and I travelled with A&K this September. Saying that we were “very satisfied” would be an understatement. I did not feel that the survey I received provided a way for me to say how satisfied we are and to commend some individuals.
- DM, London
Situated high up on the banks of the Nile, halfway between Murchison Falls and Lake Albert, the Nile Safari Camp is a well-placed camp exuding the atmosphere of untrammelled tropical Africa. Blending unobtrusively into the riverine woodland, the Nile Safari Camp offers a captivating combination of home comforts and rustic Africa. Accommodation at the lodge consists of six wooden chalets and six luxury tents all with en-suite bathrooms, as well as private balcony overlooking the River Nile. All of the accommodation boasts its own outside area, with a few of the rooms have an unobstructed view of the River Nile. Nile Safari Camp blends seamlessly with its natural environment and has an excellent team of attentive staff who will ensure your stay here is an awe inspiring experience.
8 hours 15 minutes
GMT +3 hours
Required for UK passport holders
Yellow fever certificate required
Best time to travel
December - March, June - September
With a tropical climate, the hottest months are December to February. The main rainy season tends to be between April and May and then again from October to November. Due to the altitude the mountain air is a lot cooler. The best times to visit are Uganda are from December to March and from June to September.
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