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8 Romantic Places to Visit in Uganda on Valentine’s Day

Places to Visit in Uganda this Valentines
Written by Jesca

Valentine’s day is fast approaching- the perfect day to spoil your special someone. There are several romantic places to visit in Uganda this Valentine’s Day. Uganda has several activities for couples, so prepare yourself for an unforgettable experience that’ll create beautiful memories in Uganda’s capital city.

To assist with your romantic plans, we’ve gathered a list of enjoyable things to do in Uganda this February 14th. From city exploration and park visits to watching the sunset together, there is something for every couple here in Kampala – so don’t miss out on these special moments shared between loved ones.

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Uganda is a breathtaking country full of romantic getaways perfect for you and your girl to make lasting memories this Valentine’s Day. From its award-winning resorts to stunning views of Lake Victoria, find the perfect place for your special day and get ready for an incredible experience with your loved one. Whether you’re looking for a luxurious location or something more budget-friendly, we’ve picked some of the best spots for an unforgettable experience. 

1. Speke Resort Munyonyo

Places to Visit in Uganda this Valentines

Valentines at Speke Resort Munyonyo. Photo/

This Valentine’s Day, immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty and luxurious experience of Speke Resort Munyonyo. With its award-winning views of Lake Victoria and widely acclaimed hospitality, it has been long considered Uganda’s premier luxury hotel. Dive into an Olympic-sized swimming pool or take a boat ride across Africa’s largest freshwater lake. Whether you choose relaxation or adventure at this 5-star spa resort, your stay is sure to be nothing short of extraordinary.

2. The River Nile

Places to Visit in Uganda this Valentines

Valentines table at The Nile. Photo/TripAdvisor.

The River Nile is the perfect spot for a romantic day out if you’re looking for something a little more adventurous. Spend your time cruising the Nile on a romantic boat ride, admiring the gorgeous views of Uganda’s untouched landscape and vast wildlife. And if you’re daring, why not go bungee jumping or white water rafting? It’s sure to be an unforgettable experience – and an exceptional way to spend Valentine’s Day in Uganda.

3. Malakai Eco Lodge

Malakai Eco Lodge.

Malakai Eco Lodge. Photo/Parties and Events.

Malakai Eco Lodge is the perfect example of how to prioritize living in harmony with nature. This secluded yet luxurious establishment sits in Kitende off Entebbe Road. Its African-inspired architecture will be sure to take your breath away. Enjoy a romantic evening watching the stars and listening to the peaceful African night as you dine under a candlelit sky.

4. Brovad Sands Lodge

Brovad sands Lodge this Valentines

Brovad Sands Lodge. Photo/

For years, Brovad Sands Lodge has established itself as the top resort hotel on Ssese islands, especially on Bulago island. You can enjoy a pristine white-sand beach right there. Celebrate your Valentine’s Day with a plethora of activities to enjoy. Enjoy a scenic nature walk, or an intimate canoe ride, unwind in the sauna or steam room, or indulge in a couple of massages, complete with a complimentary bottle of wine and soft drinks on meals. Make sure to end this special day with breakfast served directly in bed for you both.

5. Natures Green Beach Resort

Natures Green Beach Resort. Photo/

This Valentine’s Day, take a trip to Natures Green Beach Resort in Kaazi near Munyonyo on the shores of Lake Victoria. This well-maintained beach resort offers you a private and unique getaway with plenty of activities to choose from. Spend time relaxing in the cozy and comfortable cabins or take your romantic evening boat ride to explore the lake.

With an open-air restaurant and a variety of options for entertainment, you can spice up your special day in any way you like. Enjoy the relaxing spa facilities and end your evening with a romantic dinner by the lake, surrounded by beautiful surroundings.

6. Malakai Island Resort

Discover the ultimate romantic hideaway in Uganda at Malakai Island Resort. Located on a secluded island in Lake Victoria, Malakai Island Resort provides spacious rooms with luxurious amenities at unbeatable prices. Plus, we offer boat transfers from Entebbe so that you can conveniently and safely journey to paradise without any difficulty.

Whether you’re looking for a romantic dinner under the stars, or a special getaway package, Malakai Island Resort has something for everyone. Spend your Valentine’s Day in an unforgettable setting and come away feeling closer than ever.

7. Elephant Plains Lodge

Elephant Plains Lodge. Photo/ Uganda Lodges.

This recently opened Elephant Plain Lodge provides an amazing safari journey. The Lodge is graced with majestic African elephants that wander around Queen Elizabeth National Park’s verdant plains. Here, you can savor breathtaking views of Lake Edward. Make this Valentine’s Day special for you and your significant other – stay at Elephant Plains Lodge and enjoy an unforgettable safari experience. Sip coffee in the morning while watching wildlife roam around, and dine under the stars at night. This is one romantic retreat you’ll never forget.

8. Mweya Safari Lodge

Mweya safari lodge

Mweya safari lodge on Queen Eliabeth NP. Photo/

If you want to create a truly unforgettable Valentine’s Day experience, then Mweya Safari Lodge is your best option. Nestled in the middle of Queen Elizabeth National Park, this luxury accommodation offers its visitors remarkable services at an affordable rate. Spend quality time in nature and make memories that will last forever.

Go for a game drive and spot wild animals like elephants, lions, and antelopes. Enjoy fine dining with an incredible panoramic view, or relax and take in the beauty of Uganda’s wilderness. Make your Valentine’s Day memorable with Mweya Safari Lodge.

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Besigye is a Ugandan writer and a teacher by profession. She loves adventure and travelling that's why she loves writing travel blogs.

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