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Lodge by Murchison Falls NP | Hornbill Bush Lodge

Hornbill Bush Lodge

Hornbill Bush Lodge is our budget friendly lodge located just a 5 min drive from Tangi gate to Murchison Falls National Park. With this location it is the perfect place to stay while exploring this exciting park. Our bush lodge setting and safari style decorations will for sure set you in the right mood for safari adventures.

Let us show you around in the video below.

Hornbill Bush Lodge

Rooms at our Murchison Falls lodge

We have comfortable self-contained cottages that can be set up as single, double, twin or triple rooms. Each cottage has a private veranda for you to enjoy the surrounding nature. Charging is possible in the rooms and mosquito nets are attached to the beds for easy use.

Murchison Falls Lodge


The elevated restaurant at this safari lodge in Uganda offer meals with a local touch and views of the mighty river Nile. In the restaurant we work with a set menu with continental breakfast, two course lunches and three course dinners. Wifi is available in the restaurant. Please inform us when booking if you have any food allergies or special diets so we can take that into account. We are happy to provide you with a packed breakfast or lunch for your adventures in the park if needed.

Lodge by Murchison Falls




Suggested Safaris

With our sister brand Mamaland Safaris we are experts in arranging safaris in Uganda. Take a look below for itineraries including Hornbill Bush Lodge.

Murchison Falls NP 3 days safari

The best of Murchison Falls NP with game-drives, boat-cruise & top of the falls, plus  Ziwa Rhino sanctuary.

Murchison Falls & Kibale NP 7 days

Get game-drives & boat-cruise in Murchison Falls NP as well as the forest in Kibale Forest NP with chimps.

Northern culture & wildlife 8 days

The Eastern route up to Kidepo Valley NP & on to Murchison Falls NP, meet tribes and see interesting wildlife.

Uganda Safari 16 days

Experience Uganda from Kidepo Valley NP’s untouched wilderness in the north to the Mountain Gorillas in the south.