A new chapter in the Uganda’s Tourism experience, the recently opened Emburara Farm Lodge brings a new experience for travellers in Uganda.

Owned by Emburara Safaris, Emburara Farm Lodge derives its name from a local tall grass called Emburara (Hyperemia ruffa) which the Ankole Cattle keepers treasured and still treasure as the best fodder for their cows as it boosts the fat content of the milk and thus enable the production of high-grade cow ghee.

Located at Mbarara, situated directly on the farm lands of Ankole, the lodge offers unobstructed farm views and enchanting sunsets and sunrises from each room and all public areas.

A variety of different room types are available, providing an escape where luxury is a standard feature with privacy and best services. The striking high-end décor and abundant sunlight in every room that look straight to the farm with five-star amenities, create an environment dedicated to heavenly moments.

The lodge offers a Full Board Premium dining experience with two to three options covering all the signature restaurants in beautiful settings, both indoors and outdoors.

The balance of superior gastronomy, pools and landscaped gardens in beautiful settings, spa and beauty treatments, leisure facilities and activities and the sophisticated daytime entertainment programmes, stimulates precious moments of togetherness, quality time and shared memories.

With its emphasis on togetherness and its dedication to couples’ hopes and expectations, the Emburara Farm Lodge is likely to top the list of the most desirable destinations for honeymoons, anniversaries and special events in Uganda if not East Africa as the whole, including a choice of venues they have put in place with enchanting surroundings, directly close to the farm, in their gardens, or in custom-designed indoor and outdoor venues and package offers.

Families and couples will have a chance to experience the old traditional way of Ankole living while staying at the farm through this innovative farm life experience where they can chunn milk, graze cows and have a close encounter with Ankole cows in a farm setting.

Communities around the lodge also form part of the farm life experience. Guests have the opportunity to visit local elderly, do gardening and volunteer in the local schools to teach children.

To book email reservations@emburarafarmlodge.com or visit www.emburarafarmlodge.com

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