On 40-hectares of land set in an acacia forest and lush vegetation is Enjojo Lodge. The lodge borders the Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda and is frequented by herds of elephant and climbing vervet monkeys among other wildlife.
Go on a self-drive or Enjojo-guided safari of the Ishasha sector with the gate only 5 minutes away. See if you can spot the renowned tree-climbing lions or shy leopard among the park’s elephant, buffalo, hippo, and hyena populations. Guests can also spend the night camping in the Queen Elizabeth National Park, go hiking and bush camping at Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, visit Rwenshama fishing village, go on guided community walking and biking tours, or bird watch and fish at Enjojo.
Choose between the private and spacious Enjojo Safari House, one of the 3 en-suite Thatched Cottages, one of the Bamboo Huts, or a Canvas Tent. There is also a campsite with kitchen area, fire pit, water, and ablution facilities. Enjoy meals at the restaurant or a drink at the bar while looking out onto the lake.
- Lodge is located on 40 hectares of land in an acacia forest and lush vegetation
- Borders Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park — 5 minutes from the entrance gate
- Self-driving and guided safaris available as well as community visits
- Area famous for the tree climbing lions
- Variety of accommodation options available and an on-site restaurant