Thank you for the warm welcome and service during the stay of our two safari teams. We enjoyed the lodge being located in midst of the beautiful nature, with wild buffalos and a huge baboon around. The bonfire in the evening was enhanting, and the food we enjoyed very lovely and healthy. Visit to hike alongo the nearby Murchinson Falls was extraordinary.
Ideally suited for visiting the top of the falls. Also the UWA ranger George is superb - recommend a trip with him. If you are going for a longer trip to Murchison, this is a good place to stay for checking out the southern side of the river. The landscape is very different each side of the river, and it is worth spending time on both sides.
We were amazed to experience this level of confort while truly feeling in contact with nature. A buffalo family lives in the garden and you can see wild animals when relaxing near the pool or enjoying a wonderfully cooked dinner. The safari guide working with this lodge was by far the most interesting we met during our trip and everything felt perfect, including the incredible gift shop Debby provides with handcraft from Kenyan an Ugandan markets. The personal touch felt in every detail and the quality of service makes this secluded paradise built by Debby and her husband feel like a home that you'll never want to leave! We would love to come back again. Thank you again. Sophie and Nicolas
After a long drive in the park, Sambiya River Lodge felt like home! Haven't seen a lodge in the middle of the park that welcomes you with an ice-cold glass on Juice! I was amazed by the ambiance, the rooms are clean and the chief is amazing! I recommend the green pea Soup! Thank you for hosting us! Debbie and the staff are amazing!!
Stayed here for 2 nights and it was everything we needed. The rooms were well kept and clean and the food at night was fantastic too. They took great care of us here. One thing to note is that electricity is only from 7-10pm so plan accordingly. It didn't really bother us because it is such beautiful surroundings and by night time we were all exhausted anyways!