Ishasha Wilderness camp.
Ishasha Wilderness Camp is situated inside the Southern Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park on the Ntungwe River, and is an idyllic retreat for people who truly enjoy the wilderness. There are ten spacious framed canvas rooms, situated in the wooded area besides the river. They are comfortably furnished and with large mosquito netted beds, own private en suite bathroom and dressing area providing running water, hot water ‘bush’ showers and a flushing eco-friendly toilet. Central charging facilities for 240V, 3 Pin UK style plugs: Wifi Internet access is available
A central lounge and dining area, under a cool thatched roof, provides a comfortable environment for meals and relaxing during the day. A shaded area beside the river offers al fresco dining and an evening ‘fireplace’ for guests to relax with sun downers and share their day’s experience. Solar power is used for lighting with power points limited to a central area allocated for recharging cameras and videos.
Activities include: Game drives, bush breakfasts, sun downers, walks, bird-watching and community projects.
Ishasha Jungle lodge –
Ishasha Jungle Lodge is a small 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. Ishasha Jungle Lodge is located 2km off Katokye Gate of Queen Elizabeth National Park along River Ntungwe. It is a perfect location for photographic safaris in the Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth National park and a stopover on the way to Bwindi National Park. The lodge is surrounded by riparian forest vegetation and acacias savannah.
Mweya Safari lodge 4* : The Lodge is located on the peninsula within the heart of the Queen Elizabeth National Park and surrounded by the magical Rwenzori Mountains – the ‘Mountains of the Moon’. Mweya Safari Lodge offers visitors a spectacular experience of luxury in the wilderness. Each room at Mweya Safari Lodge has a breath-taking view of the Kazinga channel.
You can watch the forest hogs grazing the grass outside, as well as the odd curious hippo! Our cuisine is of the highest quality, presenting a range of exquisite Continental, Indian and International cuisine.
There different room types: 32 Standard Rooms, 12 Deluxe Rooms with Air-conditioning; 2 Suites. For guests with specific tastes and with families select from the ‘Cottages’ below:
- The Presidential Cottage
- The Queens Cottage
- 2 Family Cottages
- 2 Luxury Tents, 2 Standard Tents
Activities a while at Mweya lodge include : game drives ; launch trip on the Kazinga Channel using one of our luxury boats; bird watch , chimpanzees tracking and guided nature walks .
It is situated on the Great Rift Valley escarpment with uninterrupted views of the savannah. Katara Lodge is 20 minute drive away from the main entrance of the Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Each of the 7 spacious cottages and 1 family one combine’s wooden floor, a grass thatched roof and canvas that can be folded away for uninterrupted views of the park stretching out below. Water is heated using solar thermal energy.
We have 7 regular cottages and one family cottage.
The regular cottages have one large open sleeping and sitting area, with a double bed and a four poster star bed that can be wheeled out onto the veranda to sleep directly under the starlit African sky (only recommended during the dry season!). The bathrooms are luxuriously fitted – the romantic roll top bath, or the invigorating rain shower, provides a perfect way to unwind after a thrilling day on safari.
The family cottage has two separate bedrooms, a small sitting area, and a bathroom. It has a double bed in one bedroom, and two single beds in the other bedroom, with space for a third bed if you are travelling with three children.
The family cottage has two separate bedrooms, a small sitting area, and a bathroom. It has a double bed in one bedroom, and two single beds in the other bedroom, with space for a third bed if you are travelling with three children. Our Suites
Ihamba Lake Side Safari lodge 2*
The lodge high quality services and beautiful accommodation. There are 10 special suites constructed with stones, thatched and are located in a secreted setting with enough space to do personal work. The design of the suits leads you to the main lodge and after connects you to the bush. Whichever corner of the lodge you are in, you have a magnificent view of the forest, the windows in the lodge are glass thus give you a perfect view of nature. Services provided include: telephone, internet, a fully well stocked bar. The rooms are air conditioned with up to date bathrooms and toilets.
Simba Safari lodge 2*
Perched on a hill, the camp offers spectacular views of Lake George, Lake Kikorongo and the classic African savannah plains stretching to the distant horizon. It is the closest accommodation for game drives in the Kasenyi plains, and elephants and buffalo can even be viewed from the camp. It offers a variety of comfortable and affordable guest rooms, dormitory rooms and a well-established camp site. Meals are served at an open air restaurant, to give you a taste of real African cuisine. Guests can also choose a wake-up call with fresh tea or coffee served on their veranda
Bush Lodge 1*
The Bush Lodge is an excellent base for safari activities in Queen Elizabeth National Park. It is built along ecological principals, the bandas designed and spaced in such a way to maximize privacy and enhance the safari aspect of the lodge. It is also affordable and authentic. Expect a great outdoor safari atmosphere, a close to nature experience with excellent food and friendly service.
Each Tented is self-contained, has dual shower heads for its guests. You can take a shower underneath the stars in the Wild-something quite different.
The food is good and prepared on site by able staff.