Situated 1km from the Nshara gate of Lake Mburo national park is this beautiful Rwakobo Rock lodge sitting on a hill with scenic views over the park.
The Eco-friendly lodge offers a peaceful serenity for anyone willing to relax after enjoying the game viewing experience. Rwakobo rock has 8 cottages, spacious and comfortable enough for your stay. The newly built Hornbill house at Rwakobo rock has 5 self-contained rooms with its own en-suite and veranda. This is perfect place to stay for someone willing to experience the wildlife imagination. Also the private thatched cottages have solar lighting, flush toilets and solar heated showers. Lazy camping is also available and can be arranged by the Lodge Management.
Rwakobo Rock offers an amazing dining experience at the restaurant which overlooks the waterhole that attracts animals like zebras, impalas, bushbucks. You will get to taste local home-made food, a combination of fresh foods, vegetables, fresh fruits and meat prepared by experienced chefs. Other options like buffet (with different menus), early breakfast and packed lunch are all prepared by the lodge for those who are on Safari in Lake Mburo national park. There is also a well-stocked Bar that serves a variety of Ugandan & International beverages.
Rwakobo rock offers other services like free Wi-Fi and charging places for those who wish to stay connected to the outside world.
Lake Mburo National Park is a very special place with rocky hills, bushy thickets, open & wooded Savannah, lakes, swamps, grass valleys, sculptured landscape and a medley of habitats. A number of activities can be done here like Wildlife Viewing, Night Game drive, Walking Safaris, Cultural experiences, Boat trips, Birding, Cycling, hiking and many more.
The lodge is situated 8km off the main road that connects Mbarara and Masaka towns. It’s approximately a 3 & ½ hours’ drive from Kampala – Uganda’s capital.
While accessing the lodge, you will see local traditional pastoralists commonly known as the ‘Bahiima’ of the Ankole tribe who graze cattle in the Nshara ranch.