Aptly named, the Queen Elizabeth Bush Lodge is located in Queen Elizabeth National Park in Western Uganda. The lodge was built according to ecological principals, borders the Kazinga channel, offers private and affordable accommodation, and welcomes frequent wildlife visitors.
The Uganda Wildlife Authority offers thrilling safaris through the Kasenyi Plains and Ishasha sector, while night drives are also on offer. Keep an eye out for elephant, buffalo, antelope, lion, leopard, and a host of bird species. Visitors can also get up close to hippo and buffalo when embarking on boat tours on the Kazinga channel, go chimpanzee trekking in Kyambura Gorge, watch the extraction of salt at the Katwe salt crater, and even participate in wildlife research tours.
Guests can stay in one of 10 Tents located at the main camp, 2 Private Tents a short distance away from the lodge or 12 raised en-suite Bandas spaced around the camp. Enjoy meals at the restaurant with views of the Kazinga channel and the Rwenzori mountain range and 4-course dinners outside under the stars.
- Located in Queen Elizabeth National Park — home to 95 species of mammal and over 600 species of birds
- Affordable accommodation options that allow guests to get close to nature
- Aims to be a low-impact lodge
- Safaris and chimpanzee trekking on offer
- Borders the Kazinga river
- On-site restaurant that offers al fresco 4-course meals