Mpogo lodge is a mid range accommodation lodge found in Nyabushozi, on the top of the hill outside lake mburo national park in western Uganda along the Mbarara highway from Kampala. Lake mburo national park happens to be the smallest national park in Uganda and the easiest to access because of its closeness to the capital city Kampala. The lodge provides convenient and friendly accommodation to visitors. Its just 2 Km from Rwonyo Rest Camp. The lodge is surrounded by pastoralists with Ankole longhorn cattle well known as Banyankole-Bahima who can give you a cultural tour into their livelihood and how they go about their cultural heritage.
Lake Mburo national Park is between Masaka and Mbarara and is just about 3 hours drive from Kampala to the park. The park contains different wildlife species of mammals like buffaloes, elephants, Impalas, antelopes, zebras, warthogs and different bird species like pelicans, fish eagles, herons, cormorant and many more bird species.
Mpogo lodge consists of 16 spacious rooms with privacy and tranquility. All rooms have private ensuite facilities with hot showers and flushing toilets. The lodge has a stunning view of the park and surrounding areas. Rooms at Mpogo safari lodge vary in different categories; single, double, twin rooms and family rooms, all at affordable prices ranging from 150$ and above.
Mpogo lodge offers the following services and facilities;
- A restaurant that serves all the meals both local and international to meet visitors choice.
- Well Trained staff.
- Laundry services.
- Free parking space.
- Free internet available at the lodge which enables guests to keep in touch with their families and friends.
- Well and fully stocked bar, in which one enjoys a drink while enjoying the beautiful view of the park.
- Spacious and comfortable rooms.
- A craft shop with African craft styles.
Mpogo lodge has convenient accommodation that one should stay at while in lake mburo national park for activities like; bird watching, game drive in the park, boat cruise at the lake, horse riding, cultural visits in the bahima homes, sport fishing at Lake Mburo, nature walks and many other activities.