Chobe Experience – The Dream Vacation 4th to 5th November!
Traced in Murchison Falls National Park, Chobe Safari Lodge is irrefutably the jewel in Uganda’s pinnacle of tourism. The incomparable views, coupled with the sounds of the River Nile’s magnificent rapids, sets the scene for an adventure that will sway even the most astute of travelers.Murchison Falls, otherwise known as Kabalega Falls, is one of the most scenic spots in all of Uganda. Part of the National Park which shares its name, Murchison Falls is an increasingly popular destination with tourists looking to take in the wondrous sights of this inspiring corner of Africa. This National Park covers a broad stretch of Uganda, including shoreline stretches of Lake Albert and many miles of the Victoria Nile. If you’re really looking to relax and unwind in beautiful surroundings, there’s few better places to head than Murchison Falls.
The Lodge features 36 elegant guest rooms, 21 luxury tents, 4 suites and a Presidential Cottage. Guests can enjoy uninterrupted views of the River Nile at leisure from the balcony or terrace. The superfluity is made complete with en suite spotless bathrooms and an outdoor lavish pool and free Wi Fi are available.
Simples Entertainment has partnered with Jumia Travel on the Chobe Xperience to allow people to experience as the name suggests, this amazing getaway at an affordable rate of just 550,000 Ugandan Shillings between 4th and 5th November. Anyone who has seen or heard of how magnificent this location is would agree that this is an unheard of once in a lifetime deal. Enjoy ultimate luxury at Chobe Safari Lodge, as you waltz in Silent disco in the wilderness, Game drive in Murchison Falls National Park, Nature walk, Selfies at the River Nile, Bird watching and lots of fun and games with the coolest package ever-Chobe Xperience! Welcome the new month of November in style!
7 Tips for a First Time Flyer
A few years ago I was a first time flyer. I was so excited byRead More
Get Outside! 5 Outdoor-First Hotels to Try This Holiday
by Guest Contributor As the days start to warm up and travel restrictions across theRead More