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Ishasha Wilderness Camp

Location And Environment

Ishasha Wilderness Camp is among the safari lodges in Uganda, Queen Elizabeth National Park along the Ntungwe River in Ishasha. This is an absolutely ideal retreat place for guests who truly enjoy wild Uganda safaris and tours.

As one of the Uganda lodges in Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda, you can easily spot the wildlife of Uganda freely passing through this camp. This could be Elephants bathing in the river Ntungwe, Buffaloes grazing, and the resident troops of Black-and-White Colobus and vervet monkeys.

Accommodation At Ishasha Wilderness Camp

Ishasha Wilderness Camp has;

  • 10 en-suite luxury safari canvas-tented rooms.
  • There are tent-styled rooms with private verandahs overlooking the river.
  • The rooms have cozy furnish with large beds fitted with mosquito nets.
  • These rooms are en suite with hot ‘bush’ showers, running water for hand basins, and an eco-friendly flushing toilet.

Facilities And Services At Ishasha Wilderness Camp

  1. The restaurant, thatched central lounge, and dining areas provide a comfortable setting for meals and relaxation.

This Queen Elizabeth National Park accommodation serves meals ‘al fresco’ (outdoors in the open air). The staff freshly prepares these meals with various local ingredients. Thus, presenting both international and local flavored cuisines with many delicious courses.

  1. The bar; has various local and imported beverages.
  2. Campfire; will give guests, especially sun-downers a relaxing evening as they share their daily experiences.
  3. Bush breakfasts and sun-downers; this Uganda safari lodge within the wilderness Queen Elizabeth NP will give you the complete best safari in Uganda as you experience the bush.
  4. Free Wi-Fi internet and recharging facilities; are in the camp’s vicinity.
  5. A gift/local craft shop; at the camp for purchasing gifts for yourself or loved ones back at home.

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