Mwiba Lodge

Overlooking a rocky gorge on the Arugusinyai river, Mwiba Lodge rises from the boulders surrounded by coral and acacia trees. Stretching out before you is a vast wildlife reserve vibrantly lush with colour-infused botanicals, 33 freshwater springs and a diverse array of wildlife.Each of the 10 suites found at Mwiba Lodge are complete with private decks overlooking the rocky river below, large soaking tubs, outdoor rain showers, personal minibar and grand beds made for dreaming. The main lodge offers a jacuzzi moulded within the rockface as well as a pool overlooking the landscape, wistful living spaces, rejuvenating spa and gym, curated wine cellar and remarkable menus. An expansive pool is set on a rocky outcrop where guests can enjoy the resident wildlife that frequent the natural springs below.Day and night game drives, bush walks, sundowners under the acacia terrace, bush lunches, and cultural immersions with the nearby villages are just a few of the magical experiences that begin here.Untouched and raw, sit at the edge of the world on the Great Rift Valley Escarpment and experience a life-changing glimpse into a world of thousands of years ago.

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Double/Twin Room

A sumptuous suite comprising a vast double bed, a sofa and seating area, an outdoor deck, and an en suite bathroom with a soaking tub and both indoor and outdoor showers.Each of the bedrooms can be configured as either a king or twin and the bed area is encompassed generously by a linen mosquito net.Adjoining Suites:Of the 10 tented suites, there are 2 pairs that are adjoining and suitable to accommodate guests who are traveling together. Suite #2 Mbili and #3 Tatu connect as do #8 Nane and #9 Tisa.The raised decks of these particular tented suites that are adjoining have been connected by wooden walkways to allow easy access between the suites thus making them ideal for families traveling with younger children.The walkway between Suite Mbili and Suite Tatu is somewhat exposed and would not be suitable for children of toddler age to pass across unattended.The connection between Suite Nane and Suite Tisa is comparatively closer with a wooden doorway providing access through a stone privacy wall linking the decks directly.Please do note however that due to the rocky undulating nature of the site of Mwiba Lodge it is not recommended that children younger than 10 years of age stay in the adjoining suite without an older sibling, parent or adult.Each tented suite is identical in its layout, the standard of furnishings is consistent and both suites have sufficient privacy. Should two couples or adult guests traveling together wish to be accommodated close to each other, these adjoining suites are also perfectly appointed to be used as such. We will only ever accommodate guests from a combined party in the adjoining pairs of suites.Children Sharing:If a triple configuration is required, the sofa in the lounge area of the tented suite can be made up as an additional single bed. This is suitable to accommodate a child of 15 years or younger. In the event that the sofa is used as a bed, a portable mosquito net is hung.The lodge has a portable cot available which can be used for an infant of 2 years or younger. It comes with a fitted mosquito net.


Guests staying at Mila Tented Camp or Mwiba Lodge have the option to experience a night under the stars in a truly luxurious fly-camp. Fly-camping is the perfect off-grid getaway for those seeking a full immersion into the wilderness and a break from technology. For couples, the peacefulness and remoteness offer romance you cannot find anywhere else, and for families or groups of friends, a private experience to enjoy each other’s company and reminisce about the day’s sightings in silent surrounds.A bucket shower with warm water and a long drop loo are the facilities available to guests while fly-camping.