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On the savannah plains near the Kyambura Gorge and facing the Rwenzori Mountains, this lodge comprises eight thatched bandas nestled into the hillside, each with panoramic views.

The bandas are made from timber and brick, with en suite shower, flush toilet and hot and cold running water, a mosquito net and a private balcony. Each has a view out over the savannah or the gorge.

From the lodge you can go chimp tracking and enjoy vehicle safaris or boat trips on the Kazinga Channel, to view the animals who come to drink there. There are also guided walks. 

Facilities include a swimming pool in which to relax after a day of trekking to see the chimpanzees.

Key info

This accommodation is located in:

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen Elizabeth National Park offers Uganda’s best open-country birds (over 600 species) and wildlife (over 100 mammals). Often described as “The Pearl of Africa”, it has rolling grassland, tropical forest, volcanic crater lakes, papyrus swamp and lakeshore, giving it one of the highest biodiversity rates in the world.

  • Where: Kasese District
  • Ideal for viewing: black bee-eater, chimpanzee, giant forest hog, red-tailed colobus, Ugandan kob
  • Excellent for: Walking safaris, Vehicle safaris, River safaris