The Top Lodging Choices – Queen Elizabeth Park – Uganda
Budget, Moderate and Up-Market Lodging Choices in and near Queen Elizabeth Park
Queen Elizabeth Park in Uganda is one of the Top Wildlife Park Destinations. Below you will find some of the Top Lodging Choices -Queen Elizabeth Park that will make your Safari there with us most comfortable using Budget – Moderately Priced and Upmarket Lodges.
Queen Elizabeth Park is one of the most visited parks in Uganda and it is ready to accommodate you with its many lodges from budget to luxury. Lodging choices that fit every preference and pocket-book.
Top Lodging Choices -Queen Elizabeth Park – Mweya Area of the Park:
Kyambura Game Lodge took an old coffee plantation and gave it new life in the form of a luxury Lodge bringing another level of service to the area.
The Cottages have their own style and design, something that is unique to the Volcanoes Lodges in Uganda and Rwanda.
View-wise you overlook the Kyambura Gorge, that gash in the Savannah with its underground forest, its River of the Blind and the Chimpanzees that are at home here.
The lodge has a nice swimming pool where you can take a break from the Equatorial Sun – have a great view and a cool drink. The lodge is also near some villages that you can visit while staying at Kyambura Gorge Lodge.
Mweya Safari Lodge has been called a Sheraton Hotel in the African Bush – Up-market Luxury overlooking the beautiful Kazinga Channel – Mweya Safari Lodge offers consistent up-market comfort with a delightful African Touch in the African Wild of Queen Elizabeth Lodge.
Location is one of its best features – Mweya Safari Lodge is located in one of the best areas of Queen Elizabeth Park, near the game drives and also just above where the boat launches begin their journey on the Kazinga Channel on the Mweya Peninsula.
You have the choice of Rooms, Suites, Luxury Tents and Cottages that sleep 4.
For food –ambiance, Mweya Safari Lodge is simply one of the best in Queen Elizabeth Park
Katara Lodge is simply crème de la crème in the bush of Queen Elizabeth Park.
It simply does not get better than Katara Lodge when it comes to safari comfort in the African Wild of Uganda with full bathrooms, even an extra bed to sleep under the stars at night.
Katara Lodge has the highest rating of any specialty lodge at Queen Elizabeth Park – small in size, yet comes with a large Ugandan welcome that is most special.
If you choose to stay at Katara Lodge you will experience African Lodging at its best. Nowhere else can you receive such caring comfort at Queen Elizabeth Park in Uganda and the food is simply an added plus that will delight you.
Jacana Safari Lodge overlooking the large crater lake, Lake Nyamasingiri. The
up-market comfort with a great view of a crater lake Jacana Lodge has individual cottages with bath for maximum privacy, great food, and service for visitors to Queen Elizabeth Park.
Jacana Safari Lodge, Up-Market Luxury is located at the northern end of Maramagambo Forest overlooking Uganda’s largest crater lake – there is a delightful swimming pool for you to enjoy. You can also go on a sundowner cruise on the lake before dinner.
From here you can easily track the Chimpanzees of Kymbura Gorge and hike in the surrounding Maramagambo Forest.
Enganzi Game Lodge – with that affordable extra added touch Enganzi Game Lodge offers quality and yet is affordable in price.
Enganzi Game Lodge is the perfect base while exploring the scenic Queen Elizabeth Park with its wildlife, explosion craters, the vast Kyambura Gorge, the endless Maramagambo Forest and more.
The tented cottages come with a full bath and have extensive views down the Albertine Escarpment to Queen Elizabeth Park.
Enganzi Game Lodge is also a family-friendly lodge open to children of all ages.
Bush Tented Camp Lodge is a small intimate camp overlooking the Kazinga Channel at Queen Elizabeth Park in Uganda.
Bush Lodge offers both Bandas with bath, decks, and views and then there is lazy camping as they call it which is a budget-priced furnished tent with a platform and shared bath.
Bush Safari Lodge at Queen Elizabeth Park. Bush Tented Camp Safari Lodge is simply a place of value for both those looking for a budget and or moderate in price accommodation within Queen Elizabeth Park. Value and Quality plus Affordability.
Simba Safari Camp located on the edge of Queen Elizabeth Park is a Budget and moderately priced Safari Camp – Rooms with En-Suite Bath and Full-Board and dorm rooms with shared bath for budget travelers.
Simba Safari Camp is simply a good moderately priced and budget option at Queen Elizabeth National Park where you can find lodging at a reasonable price with self-contained bathrooms in the moderate price range and shared bath in the budget options.
Each moderately priced room has a veranda for you to sit and relax – taking in the sights and sounds of Queen Elizabeth Park.
Twin Lake Safari Lodge means affordability for Quality Lodging with very nice, spacious, with en-suite bathrooms, tented cottages that have a great view of Queen Elizabeth Park before them
You can have bush-dinners and bush breakfast here in this affordable lodge that has been a value plus lodge for many.
Moderate in price, yet it exceeds that with affordability, great service and consistently good food.
Twin Lake Safari Lodge – affordability and quality.
Top Lodging Choices -Queen Elizabeth Park – Ishasha Region
Ishasha Wilderness camp is an experience in the African Wild in the unvisited part of Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda – the Ishasha region of the park
Simply a place in the African Bush along the Ntungwe River- up-market luxury staying in en-suite Tented Cottages
Have lunch with elephants and hippos, listen to the sounds of the African night. There is splendid food and care offered in an upmarket style that with the new tents is simply great and you are near the best place in all of Africa for Tree Climbing Lions and yet most tourists bypass this fantastic part of Queen Elizabeth Park.
Ishasha Jungle Lodge is Dedicated to the Preservation of the Tree-Climbing Lions
Ishasha Jungle Lodge is located just outside of Queen Elizabeth Park along the Ntungwe River
Ishasha Jungle Lodge opened in January of 2014 in the Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth Park. The rooms are en-suite with bath, tented Cottages on platforms with privacy and views.
The lodge prices are lower upmarket and that means value in the Ishasha area of the park.
If you like to include any the lodging choices above in your safari with us – please contact us.