Paraa Safari Lodge

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We stayed two nights in Paraa Safari Lodge whilst on a safari trip to Murchison falls national park.

We were 2 adults and 3 children and were really impressed with the friendliness and welcome we received.

The Chef even cooked a special meal for our three children on their last night.

The food was outstanding too, with a set menu for lunch and dinner and a buffet breakfast.

Our room was excellent - great view, fans, electricity pretty much 24 hours and large mosquito nets.

Apparently a better view comes from the first floor rooms, but with children we were pleased to be on the ground floor!

Pool was good, the afternoon visit from a warthog family unexpected, but the place was within the National Park and we saw Hippos as well as Kob from the grounds. We would recommend this hotel 100%.

The pool area is the one of the best we have encountered and enjoyed it. The staff is very helpful and kind. They have a very nice souvenir shop which we practically cleared out.

Some Other Hotels and Safari Lodges

Sambiya River Lodge › | Paraa Safari Lodge › | Chobe Safari Lodge › | Budongo Eco Lodge › | Murchison River Lodge › |

Nile Safari Lodge › |

Red Chilli Rest Camp, Paraa › | New Court View Hotel › |

The restaurant has a service issue, the service was slow and not always to our liking.

On the other hand, once the chef (source of light, sorry for forgetting the Indian term) became aware this quickly changed.

After which for the rest of our staff he made a great job of giving us personal service, making us welcome and feel at home.

Many thanks and thumbs up to the chef.

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