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Looking for the best safari lodges in Uganda? Uganda has hundreds of incredible safari camps and lodges for every type of traveller. Below, find some of our favourites for families, romance, and adventure. Of course, these are just a handful of the options available!
Elephant Plains Lodge Uganda Situated Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda, the Elephant Plains Lodge is just a 10 minutes’ drive away from the Queen Elizabeth National Park main gate and 5 minutes’ drive to the Equator Monument in Kikorongo.
Elephant Plains Lodge is ideal for all tourists seeking luxury accommodation in Queen Elizabeth game park Uganda. It is also well situated for tourists who wish to enjoy a game drive and boat safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Nile River Lodge in Murchison Falls National Park is well placed on the Southern banks of river Nile in Murchison. A place where one views the herds of elephants, hippos and Elusive Shoebill stork.
The camp has a fully stocked Bar, Restaurant, viewing plate from, lounge, campfire accompanied with traditional entertainment and swimming pool. Nile River Lodge in Murchison Falls National Park offers scenic views of park’s wilderness.
The magnificent Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp nestles in the heart of the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in the south-west region of Uganda. Set in a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this wilderness camp is one of the most atmospheric and remote in Africa. The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is characterized by jagged valleys, volcanoes, dramatic mountain ranges and lakes.
Tucked away, on a beautiful flat ridge up high in the natural forest, the Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp offers travellers a most suitable base for unforgettable encounters with the rare mountain gorillas. Gorilla families frequently visit this gorilla viewing camp based on its location.
Apoka Safari Lodge is located on a picturesque kopje overlooking the Narus valley in the south-western sector of Kidepo Valley National Park – Uganda’s most remote park.
Apoka Safari Lodge is relaxed, and quietly located in the park providing a peaceful and private xperience. Wildlife is viewed from the privacy of your veranda or your private outdoor stone bathtub, but the best way to see the wildlife is up close: on foot, or in one of our open-top Landcruisers.
Located on the southern outskirts of the national park, Nkuringo Lodge offers guests unparalleled views over Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and the Virunga Volcanoes. Each of the lodge’s 12 cottages is individually designed with local handicrafts and colourfully printed fabrics, and the main lodge contains a restaurant, bar and coffee shop overlooking the surrounding rainforest. The lodge utilises solar energy and harvested rainwater and proudly operates as a carbon neutral lodge.
The lodge is entirely carbon neutral, running off solar energy and harvested rain water. The lodge also runs a number of local community projects with Nkuringo youth and women’s groups.
Clouds Mountain Gorilla Lodge is a lovely new luxury option in the southern part of Bwindi National Park.
There are ten stone cottages, each featuring a spacious bedroom, lounge area and an en suite bathroom with a shower. A fireplace links the bedroom and lounge ensuring the rooms are kept cozy and warm in the cool evenings, and all of the rooms boast dramatic views of the Virunga Volcanoes beyond.
Food is cooked using local produce and the main lodge facilities include a cozy library and lounge area, a lush botanical garden and sheltered verandahs where you can relax with a cup of tea enjoying the amazing views. High ceilings, pale canvas furnishings and pale wooden beams really maximize the sense of space and grandeur in the main lodge area, befitting the amazing location perfectly.
Ishasha Wilderness Camp Situated in a remote reaches of the Queen Elizabeth National park, Ishasha Wilderness Camp is a tranquil retreat set on the banks of the Ntungwe River. Blending perfectly into their wild natural setting, just ten spacious tented rooms create a true refuge in the wilderness. Large, mosquito-netted beds look out onto private verandas with beautiful river views. Simple but elegant interiors, as well as hot bush showers and flushing toilets ensure a taste of pure comfort in this wild setting.
A spacious thatched lounge provides the ideal place for guests to relax, while meals are served either in the cosy dining area or al fresco on the banks of the river. A blazing bonfire is the ideal focal point for guests to share stories of the day’s adventures over an ice-cold beverage. Activities include game drives in some of the most unspoilt and remote sectors of the Queen Elizabeth National Park and bush walks, as well as the opportunity to visit the nearby community and experience the local schools and traditional medicinal herbalists.
If you’ve ever wanted to set up base at the base of a volcano, there’s no better place than Mount Gahinga Lodge. From any of the six stone bandas with papyrus roofs, you’ll be able to dart out to track gorillas or rare golden monkeys, hike the volcano, or meet local Batwa pygmies, the oldest inhabitants of the Central African rainforest. Each banda is decorated in a style of the Bafumbira people, giving the rooms lodging both a pop of color and a local nod of flavour.
Your main reason for staying at the lovely Kyambura Gorge Lodge is the chimp tracking in the gorge itself. It is here where the chimps have become isolated due to deforestation and human encroachment.
However, with incredible views and sublimely unique and intimate accommodation, it’s not the only reason… Working closely with a number of community and wildlife projects, connecting tourism, community and conservation, it helps reduce human conflict, preserving the wetlands and the income for the local community.
Mihingo is a luxurious, family owned lodge in a magical setting adjacent to Lake Mburo National Park. Perched high on a rocky kopje, whose pre-Cambrian granite boulders were formed over 500 million years ago, it has spectacular views over a vast savannah landscape. Designed to blend in with its fragile surroundings, this environmentally friendly lodge offers comfort, relaxation and the experience of being at one with nature.
An infinity pool overlooks the valley below where buffalo, eland, impala, warthogs, bush buck and zebra can be seen at the waterhole. On the rocks you may have the rare chance of seeing the resident family of Klipspringers.
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