Acaki Lodge, the apex of deluxe hospitality in Kitgum offers international comfort and standards combined with local charm. Acaki Lodge is a mid range lodge with 10 chalets built of local materials and thatching, 2 tents, a conference facility and gardens(for weddings and functions). With luxurious rooms opening onto the garden, this is a great option for guests looking for an intimate stay in a tranquil setting. It is a cool resting point strategically located between Kidepo and Murchison Falls National Parks
Conference facility and corporate retreat venue, bicycle rides, Vists to Aru Falls, Kidepo and Murchison Falls National parks for gamedrives, cultural site vists in the area, green gardens for hosting events,Ampitheatre for cultural events, Children’s park, salon and Gym facilities,Amuru Hot Springs, Sir Samuel Baker’s Fort Patiko, St.Janaan Luwum’s shrine Mucwini,Lututuru Hills(hosted King George VI of the UK during WWII, Lalikan Bird Sanctuary (Breeding ground for Kidepo Ostriches), The Parabongo ridges for Cable Car rides.
The lodge derives its name from the Acholi word for “beginning”, “Genesis”, “Alpha”.
Acaki Lodge is strategically positioned at the gatehead of Kitgum Municipality.It is a halfway house for travellers heading to Kidepo Valley National Park punctuating the erstwhile long drive from Kampala. Set out on an expansive 20 acre leafy plain on the banks of Alango Stream, Acaki Lodge was constructed on what was formerly a garbage dump.It is a conservation miracle as the land has now been turned into a green park, a plus for eco-tourism.
To provide a friendly and generous reception and entertainment of guests, visitors and strangers in northern Uganda with full participation of the local population.
To create comfort and enjoyment that meets the expectations of both local and international communities.
“Ka yweyo ma ngic” which is an Acholi phrase translated as “a cool resting place”.