Queen Elizabeth Safari Lodge is a well-constructed safari lodge created within the park to cater for the budgeted client on safari. More so, it’s a community based cultural center and safari lodge that provides a great history of Uganda and Queen Elizabeth National Park with a perfect safari accommodation.

The lodge is located at the western end of the park just 4 kilometers from Kasese town. It is sounded by scenic beauty and a bucket of wildlife species while on visit the lodge allows you to visit all the beautiful places with our inhouse guide. This safari lodge also helps their clients to arrange transport facilities for an easier commute to nearby places.

Facility and Amenities -Queen Elizabeth Safari Lodge

They offer home brewery

They offer coffee bar for visitors

They have spacious restaurant with well equipped chefs who prepares delicious food.

They offer room services

They offer 24/7 reception

They have hair dryer

They have secure WI-FI

They offer delicious breakfast to their clients

They have a beautiful banquet hall for visitor’s leisure time

Top Activities to Do While on Stay at Queen Elizabeth Safari Lodge;

First of all, the lodge lies at the center of Queen Elizabeth National Park home to hundred of different wildlife and bird species; Animals to see includes elephants, buffaloes, antelopes, monkeys, hippopotamus, hartebeest, Kobs among others which are more rewarding while on game drive.

Game Drives

Queen Elizabeth National Park the best-known activity done or attraction is the game drive. Game drive in the park is best enjoyed in Ishasha and Kazinga channel which is a small water body connecting two large lakes. The most remarkable session is morning and evening game drive which allows you to see a bucket of wildlife species including ;elephant ,chimpanzees ,hippos ,antelopes ,tree climbing  lions , Kobs among.

Queen Elizabeth Safari Lodge
Queen Elizabeth Safari Lodge


Uganda ranks with over 1100 bird species  of which half the total can be seen in Queen Elizabeth National Park  ‘’600 bird species’’ which are  habitat of savannah ,forest ,wetlands and bushes and thickets .Some of birds to see includes; African fish eagle ,water-thick knee ,Egyptians geese ,Pink and white pelicans ,Malachite kingfisher ,Little egret ,African Jacana ,Great egrets  .Other species to be spotted in mweya peninsula  which is covered with bushes and thicket and the common bird species includes ;Black headed Gonolek ,Pin-tailed whydah ,Squire -tailed Nightjar ,Nubian woodpecker ,Black headed Gonolek ,Swamp Nightjar ,Diederik Cuckoo ,Pygmy King fisher ,Grey-caped warbler ,Slender-billed weaver ,Blue-napped mousebird among others . Birding is best done in morning and evening hours and best season starts from April to May and November a great time to see migratory birds within the park.

Boat Cruise

This is one of the most done activities in the park which takes place on the impressive Kazinga Channel which connects to Lake Edward and Lake George. Well, the activity offers amazing chance of observing the giants of the park just in one visit. Other animal species to see around the river includes; elephants, hippos, buffalos, crocodiles and variety of different bird species.

Visit crater Lakes – Queen Elizabeth National Park

This is also another interesting attraction to visit while on safari to ethe park. Crater lakes in Queen Elizabeth National Park are quite rewarding with their beautiful nature and you can enjoy walking through crater lake trail where you can be able to spot variety of wildlife, big game and notable bird life. The Crater trails also allows visitors from Kibale National Park and around Rwenzori Mountain ranges to come discover the place.

Queen Elizabeth National Park is situated in western region of Uganda, a UNESCO site and renown as the most visited safari destination on Uganda Wildlife Safari. The park is home to over 95 mammal species,600 bird species, primates like Chimpanzee which can be seen in Kyambura gorge as well as numerous bird species among others.

A visit to Queen Elizabeth National Park you can choose to combine it with a visit to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park a home to world’s half remaining endangered mountain gorillas which can be seen through trekking – Gorilla trekking experience.

From Queen to Bwindi Forest National Park is a drive of 3 to 4 hours.

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