Malakai Eco Lodge

This blog post has been long over due but it`s here now.yaay!!
There are places in Uganda that are intimately beautiful.Do you know what I mean? Places you think about and match them up with love and beautiful sunsets. Malakai eco lodge falls in that category.It is located in Kitende, 300 metres off the Entebbe road, Uganda.


My girls (Vicky and Samantha) and I arrived at Malakai on Saturday 4th May. We were checked into the forest cottage where they added a single bed upon request since we didn`t want to be separated. We couldn`t get over the room. Everything was beautiful and very eco-friendly.

Inside the forest cottage


We sat and talked for hours,ordered pizza and had lots of tea.There pizza is mouth watering. Yummy!! Writing about it makes me hungry.I digress.
We slept in the wee hours of the morning,in time to wish Vicky a happy birthday. We prayed with her and over her new season.


5th May held so much promise. Bookings at Malakai are B & B (bed and breakfast) so we headed out for breakfast in our PJs (Samantha`s idea y`all LOL)We were not ready for the beauty at the serving area. Lots of chairs with hides details, some furniture in small hats, wall paintings and so much more.We couldn`t seem to choose where to sit.We finally settled for chairs which had a carriage like feel. Breakfast comprised of fruit, fresh juice,sausages,bacon,African tea and so much more. It was so good!

Queen Victoria
Queen Victoria & Samantha

We later went back to our room, freshened up and took a tour of Malakai.We walked around to the play area,they have a kids play area (how cool is that?) Various rooms located all over the landscape and fashioned uniquely for their unique guests.We left no stone unturned.

We obviously took tons of photos.

L-R: Myself,Queen Victoria & Samantha

Lunch was dope.We ordered for Moroccan rice with coconut, chicken, fries, lamb and fresh juice. It was finger licking good.
We had an amazing time and made lifetime memories celebrating Vicky in a big intimate way!


Photo courtesy: All three of

Tees: by Samantha


24 thoughts on “Malakai Eco Lodge

  1. Wow… shared a bed reminds me of our Nairobi-Mombasa trip. (Insert grateful sigh)..haha..
    I’m definitely going there before the year ends… my!

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  2. I have been wanting to go to this place for intimacy (insert laugh), so when I saw your blog post a week ago, I saved it to read later.. I would like to know how much you spent because the website hasn’t been helpful so far. Thank you for sharing your travel with the world Miss. Kizza

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