Nile Anchor Palace

You are Here: › Nile Anchor Palace

I truly appreciated the beauty of Nile Anchor Palace in Jinja Town Uganda.

ALL the rooms are very large & clean.

The staff was courteous & helpful.

It is very western in terms of class of service. Rates are very reasonable.

Meals were superb. Most rooms have a bathtub, as well. It is in a very quaint part of town where the architecture is incredible.

It took me about 15 minutes to walk to the Source of the Nile, and about 25 minutes to walk into town.

One recommendation is to spot this on a map for your boda boda, because it is not well known in terms of location (or tell them it is next to Nile River Explorers drop off point on Wakoli).

It should only cost you 1700 shillings for a boda boda from the center of town.

Other Hotels in this Area

Surjio's Guest House | Hairy Lemon | Gately on Nile | 2 Friends Guest House | Hotel Paradise on the Nile | Eden Rock Resorts | Nile Anchor Palace | Timton Hotel | Sunset International Hotel | Brisk Hotel Triangle |

New! Comments

Have your say about what you just read! Leave me a comment in the box below.

Recent Articles

  1. Garam Masala Appetizers ,How to Make Garam Masala,Kenya Cuisines

    Sep 21, 14 03:38 PM

    Garam Masala Appetizers are originally Indian food but of recent, many Kenyans use it. Therefore, on this site, we will guide you on how to make it easily.

    Read More

  2. The Details of the Baruuli-Banyara People and their Culture in Uganda

    Sep 03, 14 12:32 AM

    The Baruuli-Banyala are a people of Central Uganda who generally live near the Nile River-Lake Kyoga basin.

    Read More

  3. Guide to Nubi People and their Culture in Kenya and Uganda

    Sep 03, 14 12:24 AM

    The Nubians consist of seven non-Arab Muslim tribes which originated in the Nubia region, an area between Aswan in southern

    Read More