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Safari lodges in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Ihamba Safari Lodge; the lodge designed with stones and thatched cottages that well with the environment. The lounge and dining area has a beautiful spot that will make you enjoy your meal. The lodge has a swimming pool that will cool off the heat and still enjoy cocktail served as you enjoy the water. This place will give a magnificent view of Mountain Rwenzori. Besides sleeping, there are others facilities offered such as conference halls as well as internet services to all visitors.
Ishasha Jungle Lodge; is a home of tree climbing lions located just outside off ishasha area entrance along the Ntungwe River that flows through the park. It is eco-friendly lodge, entirely made with local materials and African art, with its raised en-suite wooden deck cottages, spacious rooms and bathroom, all finished with canvas. The lodge is sheltered in the thick of a forest, with the grasslands of the savannah just a drive down the beaten path, accommodation is set in four attractive cottages and a main lodge with bar and restaurant. Small and eco-friendly, the lodge is made entirely of local materials and African art. The cottages lie on raised wooden decks and offer spacious rooms and bathrooms, all finished with canvas.
Mweya Safari Lodge (UWA Concession); Mweya Safari Lodge offers visitors an unforgettable experience of a lifetime. It is located on a peninsula within the heart of the Queen Elizabeth National Park; Mweya Safari Lodge is surrounded by the magical Rwenzori Mountains aptly described as the ‘Mountains of the Moon’.
Kyambura game lodge; is situated at the eastern edge of Queen Elizabeth National Park, in the western part of the East African Great Rift Valley. The lodge offers fantastic views over the national park and the Rwenzori Mountains and lies a short distance from the Kyambura Gorge. Accommodation is provided in designed grass-thatched cottages with wooden balconies overlooking the park. All cottages have been built by local craftsmen using locally sourced materials and provide en suite facilities, hot and cold running water, and electricity. Other facilities include a restaurant serving a variety of international cuisine, a bar, swimming pool and health club
Kingfisher Lodge Kichwamba; Located in western Uganda, just outside the Queen Elizabeth National Park at Kichwamba escarpment with a strategic view of the park and yet it is the only moderately priced facility that is quality all around. There is a swimming pool to cool you off after the long drive from Kampala. The beautiful g the rooms are clean and spacious, well furnished, mosquito nets. The view ahead of you, the African style Bandas with western comfort and yet at a price that is affordable all of these things make this lodge a good option to stay while visiting Queen Elizabeth Park.
The rooms are clean and spacious, well furnished, mosquito nets. It is obvious that a lot of thought and care has gone into this lodge that keeps alive the African theme throughout the establishment.
Katara Lodge; the lodge is located on the Great Rift Valley escarpment with views of the savannah, Lake Edward and the Virunga and Rwenzori mountain ranges beyond, Katara Lodge is a 20 minute drive away from the main entrance of the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda’s premier safari destination and one of the most bio diverse reserves in the world. Katara Lodge is the ideal base from which to explore the park and the many activities it offers, including game drives, bird watching, the famous launch cruise along the Kazinga Channel, chimpanzee tracking in the Kyambura Gorge, and forest walks in the Kalinzu or Maramagambo forests, all of which provide truly memorable wildlife experiences and incredible opportunities for nature photography.
Jacana Safari Lodge; Jacana Safari Lodge has become known as the lodge that ‘grew from the forest’. Rooms and public areas are elevated off the ground, giving a tree house like appearance. The lodge is set on the brim of a crater lake with lush, vibrant, forest that cascades down to the water’s edge.
Ishasha Wilderness Camp; is located within the Southern Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park on the Ntungwe river. This exclusive camp offers superb quality accommodation and services in this unspoilt remote sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park famous for its tree climbing lions that can sometimes be spotted resting in the branches of the large fig trees in the area. The camp is situated in the wooded area besides the river, is comfortably furnished and with large mosquito netted beds, its own private en suite bathroom and dressing area providing running water, hot water ‘bush’ showers and a flushing eco-friendly toilet.