Mweya safari lodge is one of the up end accommodations in Queen Elizabeth National park overlooking the Kazinga channel. All the rooms are self contained with mosquito netted curtains, and a veranda that offers a spectacular view of the Kazinga channel.
The lodge also has a swimming pool, a pool side bar, a souvenir shop and the Kazinga restaurant which serves delicious international meals.
This is a luxurious beautiful lodge located just on the edge of the park. This lodge has got a number of facilities which include sauna, stocked restaurant and bar, a floating pontoon where visitors can have a meal in the middle of the Crater Lake.
Ishasha wilderness camp is located in the southern part of the park. It has twin self contained bedded tents. It’s a good accommodation which enables a visitor to view elephants coming around the water body to quench their thirst. You can have your delicious meal from the dining area or from the outdoor lounge area besides the river.
The accommodation ranges from 2 family units, 3 double rooms, 2 triple rooms and 1 en suit. It has a variety of facilities and these include, restaurant with international and local cuisines, beautiful gardens, fully stocked bar, swimming pool, conference hall and many more.
This is a budget Uganda safari camp situated on the boarder of Queen Elizabeth National Park. It has a variety of affordable and confortable guest rooms, dormitory rooms and a well established camp site.
Whether you wish to explore the beautiful surroundings of the park with a game drive or boat cruise along the Kazinga channel, Simba safari camp is the perfect base for your safari.
This lavish accommodation is well set with about ten lavishness tents with personal en suite facilities such as bathrooms and toilets. The tents are designed to provide comfort and a peaceful setting to enjoy the night.
The accommodation has a well stocked bar with a perfect view of Lake Albert, camp fire that is mostly liked by all visitors and a dining area with both international and local cuisines.