Uganda Accommodation,
Western Uganda

Kyambura Gorge Lodge


Converted from an old coffee store and located at the head of the Kyambura Gorge in the northern part of the Queen Elizabeth National Park, this upmarket lodge is perfectly located for chimp trekking in the gorge, boat trips on the Kazinga Channel and for game drives into the national park.

The eight individual luxury bandas all have views over either the savanna or gorge, each displaying an individual contemporary theme utilising local materials, furniture and artwork. Each room benefits from personal butler service plus there is an excellent restaurant, bar, swimming pool and new spa.


Eight private cottages (four are deluxe), personal butler, mosquito nets, 240v lighting, charging stations and a private balcony, swimming pool, new spa, Wi-Fi available in the main lodge building.

Local Wildlife

Kyambura Gorge Lodge is well located to explore the northern sectors of the Queen Elizabeth National Park where lion, buffalo, elephant, rich birdlife and a range of other plains animals roam. The Kyambura Gorge itself is heavily forested with a wide variety of primates including black and white colobus monkeys, vervet monkey, olive baboon, red tailed monkey and a small group of habituated chimpanzees.

Optional Activities

Chimpanzee trekking in the Kyambura Gorge, game drives in Queen Elizabeth National Park, nature walks, boat safaris on the Kazinga Channel, coffee plantation visits.

Jonathan Morris

Area Specialist

If you have any questions regarding our Uganda tours, please feel free to contact me on +44 (0)1803 866965

Wildlife highlights included seeing a shoebill, we really had to search! Seeing a leopard up close on our night drive, seeing lions out on our own! The abundance and concentration of wildlife in Lake Mburu. And of course the gorillas which was so magical and the chimps.

MRS NR - London