Situated between Lake Victoria and the Rwenzori Mountains, the Lake Mburo National Park comprises 15 lakes forming an extensive wetlands system. Almost a fifth of the park’s area consists of wetlands – both seasonally flooded and permanent swamps and as a result the region is home to a wide variety of wetland birds and the shy rare sitatunga antelope. Its sculptured landscape with rolling hills and idyllic lake shores creates a variety of wildlife habitats and there are forest galleries, seasonal and permanent swamps, rich acacia woodland and grassy valleys which all support a wealth of wildlife.
Mihingo Lodge is a peaceful tented lodge on the edge of the Lake Mburo National Park and features 10 spacious rooms which are built on wooden platforms with stilts covered by a thatched roof. Suspended under the thatched roof is a roomy and comfortable tent equipped with an en suite bathroom and each tented room enjoys stunning views. From the dining room and pool area guests can enjoy the view across the valley, a favourite place to witness the stunning evening sunsets over Lake Mburo National Park.