Region: Western Uganda

Ishasha Wilderness Camp

A small, delightful tented lodge situated by the Ntungwe River in a quiet area of the Southern Ishasha section of Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Queen Elizabeth National Park

The huge Queen Elizabeth National Park (1,978 km2) extends down the western edge of the country adjoining Kibale in the north and almost reaching Bwindi to the south. The north of the park is dominated by flat, open grasslands where lion and buffalo are often seen, punctuated by dramatic crater lakes, the dramatic Kyambura Gorge, … Continued

Ndali Lodge

A rustic, intimate lodge perched on a hill and offer stunning views over a natural crater lake.

Mweya Safari Lodge

Located in the heart of Queen Elizabeth National Park overlooking the Kazinga Channel offering great views of the waterway and its associated wildlife.

Kyambura Gorge Lodge

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.

Semliki Reserve

The forest at Semliki is one of the oldest in Africa, predating the last great ice-age. It is contiguous with the great Ituri Forest in Congo giving a central African feel to its plant and animal life, with many of its birds and mammals occurring nowhere else in Uganda. Avian highlights include the rare Sassi’s … Continued

Semliki Safari Lodge

Semliki Safari Lodge is a luxury lodge with a reputation for providing guests with a real Ugandan bush experience.

Kibale Forest National Park

Bordering Queen Elizabeth National Park to the south, verdant Kibale Forest National Park holds Uganda’s largest expanse of intact forest and protects over 350 species of tree, 375 species of bird and 70 species of mammal including forest elephant, red and blue duikers, bushbuck, sitatunga, bush pig, giant forest hog, common warthog, buffalo, leopard and … Continued

Ishasha

Found in the far southwest of the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Ishasha is generally more forested, greener and less-visited than the park’s northern sectors. There are healthy numbers of elephant, buffalo, hippo and Uganda kob as well as black and white colobus monkeys and other primates. It is also an excellent location for birding with … Continued

Kazinga Channel

The Kazinga Channel in Queen Elizabeth National Park is a 32 kilometre-long natural waterway connecting Lakes George and Edward and attracting lots of big game for a wallow and drink. The channel alone is said to contain the world’s largest concentration of hippos and you can also expect to see crocodiles, elephants and buffalo aplenty. … Continued