Queen Elizabeth National Park is Uganda’s most popular safari destination with a great diversity of wildlife. With many Lodges in Queen Elizabeth National Park, we have selected the best lodges that will give you a memorable safari experience in Uganda.
Mweya Safari Lodge
Queen Elizabeth’s iconic, classic safari lodge has a commanding location with excellent views over Lake Edward and the Kazinga Channel – full of hippos and buffaloes. Set in a resort-like complex, it offers everything from hotel-stryle rooms to luxury tents and plush cottages, most with views of the water. Come sunset, the terrace overlooking the water is the place to be with a cold drink.
Jacana Safari lodge
Jacana’s large and luxurious cottages sit widely spaced in Maramagambo forest and all look out over Lake Nyamusingiri. Relax at the pool, in the sauna or on the lake with a kayak, and then dine lakeside or on a pontoon boat. Its isolation comes at the cost of being a long way from the best wildlife drives locales.
Simba Safari Camp
Simba Safari Camp is a budget Uganda safari accommodation situated on the border of Queen Elizabeth National Park. Here you will find a variety of comfortable and affordable guest rooms, dormitory rooms and a well established camp site. Located on a hill, the camp offers spectacular views of Lake George, Lake Kikoronko and the savannah plains stretching till the far horizon. It is the closest accommodation for game drives in the Kasenyi plains, while elephants and buffaloes can often be viewed from the camp.
Kyambura Gorge Lodge
While the sleeping rooms at Kyambura Gorge Lodge are all similarly different, each is purpose built, and as such very coherent design-wise, the external thatch and/or corrugated cottage-like feel giving way to deep brown floorboards, a mix of bare brick, white and curved walls and exposed beams. Each room comes with an enormous four poster double/twin bed, en suite bathroom, seating area and private veranda.
Mazike Valley Lodge
One of Queen Elizabeth’s best-value luxury lodges, Mazike Valley Lodge formally known as Kyambura Game Lodge is a wonderful choice for those looking to show things right down. Large rooms strike the perfect balance between deluxe and safari, with balconies made from scavenged wood and furnished with plussh sofas looking over stunning savannah views. The swimming pool is lovely with hammocks and lounge on the deck – perfect for sundowner.
Ihamba Safari Lodge
Ihamba Safari Lodge is 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.
Ishasha Wilderness Camp
Ishasha wildness camp is located within the heart of Queen Elizabeth National park adjacent to Ntungwe River. It’s a famous habitat for the tree climbing Lions. Its the only lavishness camp in the Ishasha sector. The camp is strategically located to favor both Gorilla tracking in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Queen Elizabeth Forest along with Kibale Forest.
Kingfisher Lodge Kichwamba
Kingfisher Lodge is suited off the park and it’s a temperate accommodation in Queen Elizabeth National Park. It’s owned by the Germans and positioned in the western part of Uganda adjacent to Queen Elizabeth National park. It has about 250 meters over the plains that give a magnificent view of the park, Mountain Rwenzori along with the Kazinga channel. This little compound of whitewashed and thatched roof towers is a tad dated but it’s well-priced and has memorable Queen Elizabeth vistas. Rooms are smallish but nice and most come with their own porches.
Enganzi Game Lodge
The Enganzi Game Lodge is located on the crest of a hill overlooking the vastness of the savannah below. The cottages area nicely furnished and all are en-suite with bath. Each one has a deck where you can take in the sights and sounds of the Wildlife of Queen Elizabeth Park. Each cottage has been tastefully furnished and decorated with your comfort and well-being in mind.
A lodge worth splashing out for, with five wood, thratch and canvas cottages made for taking in the stunning savannah views: the sides roll up, the beds roll out to the deck if you want to sleep under the stars and even the clawfoot tubs look out over the valley. Otherwise you can enjoy the looks from the luxurious pool and outdoor sunbed..
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