Jacana safari lodge Uganda

Jacana safari lodge is suited in the heart of Queen Elizabeth National Park. It’s positioned at the periphery of Uganda’s biggest Crater Lake with a tree house lodge. The fragile use of rocks, ropes, wood, natural furniture blend well with the sweet melodies of the tropical hardwood forest. The evenings are usually occupied with camp fire that gives a memorable experience to all visitors. The Uganda safari lodge is well known for its standard accommodation with better facilities. Accommodation: The lodge has well designed accommodation with about 10 lavish chalets along with a family cottage. The lodge provides a favorable atmosphere to all visitors with facilities such as…

mweya safari lodge

Mweya Safari Lodge Uganda

Mweya Safari Lodge is suited on the neck of land within the mind of Queen Elizabeth National Park. Its acknowledged to be one of Uganda’s best lodge with lavishness accommodation and excellent services. Its positioned in a way that gives a perfect view of the fresh water Lake Edward as well as the Kazinga channel from every corner of the lodge. The safari in Uganda Lodge is located in the heart of Uganda leading wildlife haven. Its famous for its various flora and fauna, animals such as Buffaloes, Lions, Elephants, Waterbucks hippos as well as crocodiles. Their land is covered with Savannah woodlands along with grassland. Although the…


Mweya Hostel, Mweya Institute of Ecology Uganda

MWEYA INSTITUTE OF ECOLOGY: The Mweya institute of Ecology often referred to as the Mweya hostel offers low- mid range accommodation. It is located not very far from the Mweya Uganda Safari lodge. The hostel has both single and double rooms with communal bathroom facilities and a self contained & self catering guest house capable of accommodating 4-6 people. The Hostel also has a canteen and restaurant close to the visitor rooms where visitors can order for their meals.

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Queen Elizabeth Uganda, Getting There and Access

QUEEN ELIZABETH PARK Getting There . Access Located in western Uganda, shared by districts of Kasese, Bundibugyo and Bushenyi, Queen Elizabeth park is 1978km2 in size. The park lies 5-6 hours from Kampala on a surfaced road via Mbarara, and can be reached on a dirt road from Bwindi. It includes parts of Lakes Edward and George which are linked by Kazinga channel and other attractions. Accessing the park from Kampala is either on tarmac through Mbarara (420 kames) or Fort Portal via Kasese (410kms). The park is 5-6 hours from Kampala on surface road via Mbarara. This Uganda safari park can also be reached via Ishasha sector,…