When you visit a safari lodge, sip your cold beverage, full of ice cubes, beside a shimmering blue swimming pool and enjoy a meal that would challenge the standards of any premier restaurant, Have you ever stopped to consider the logistics of providing these facilities in environments that offer little or none of the services, we take for granted in our day-to-day? Running water, electricity or even conveniently located suppliers from which to buy produce. These are the challenges that GeoLodges Uganda deals with on a daily basis . Challenges that we are very good at overcoming! We strive to continually look for new ways to exceed our customers’ expectations, especially when it comes to their dining experience, to enhance the fantastic locations at all of our
The RainForest Lodge –
We are fortunate to have on our team some of the most dedicated and talented chefs in the country. We decided to bring the chefs together from our different lodges for the second time, in order to
further explore the creative use of local ingredients and share experiences of working in remote locations.
The overall objective was to create new ways of using locally available ingredients to equal international standard dishes. To make use of the vast array of natural, healthy, and readily available
flavors that surround us in this wonderfully diverse country. The results were both exciting and original. In short, do not be surprised if alongside some of your familiar and favorite
dishes you are enticed to try something that challenges your taste buds in the most subtle and surprisingly delightful way. We invited a talented chef from the United Kingdom, Chef Martin Tilbury (and one of our favourite clients) with some other in-house culinary talent with combined over 60 years experience in the hotel and catering industry. We had the perfect recipe for some groundbreaking, and at times, revolutionary menu ideas. Admittedly, the matooke ice cream will probably never see the light of day, but a sweet bogoya mousse did!
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Nile Safari Lodge – Murchison Falls National Park
Jacana Safari Lodge – Queen Elizabeth National Park