Queen Elizabeth bush lodge is situated in the famous queen Elizabeth national game park in south west part of Uganda and one of the most visited national parks in the country.
The lodge offers budget accommodation units of Banda’s, non-self-contained tents and self-contained tents built in African architecture with grass thatched roof tops.
The Banda’s are built on raised wooden platforms combined with other local materials situated within the bush to give you a true wilderness experience from the views provided by the private terraces in each room over viewing the seasonal kamera river and waking up to the chattering of water birds.
An additional bed can also be placed in the Bandas on request at an affordable price while the self-contained tents are a few meters away from the main lodge, and are favorable for visitors with private vehicles as walking from the main lodge to the self-contained tents is not acceptable during night hours. The tents are two in number and one tent can be added on request it’s also advisable for families to use this tents or those who may love prefer privacy.
The non-self-contained bandas are 10 in number with comfortable beds well furnished with a nature viewing shade directing you to the waterfront animals at the Kazinga channel the bathrooms and toilets for this tents are shared, beddings and towels are also provided.
Queen Elizabeth bush lodge offer variety of local and international meals including soft and hot drinks locally made and intentional lunch is served on two course menu while dinner at 4 course menu .
This meals can be served at the campfire section the staff are so friendly with exceptional services, babies and kids rolling beds are provided and stay for free at the hotel premises pets are kindly not allowed.
The check-in time to the hotel is 1:00pm East African time and check out is by 11:00 East African time an id is required to be checked in to the hotel.
Apart from accommodation the queen Elizabeth bush lodge is boarded by the stunning kazinga channel that connects lake George and Edward here you can take a launch boat cruise and come along herds of elephants playing in water and other animals quenching thirst in the afternoon heat along with numerous hippos and crocodiles including the birds like grey headed king fisher, Nubian woodpecker, swamp fly catcher, malachite king fisher, flamingoes and white warbler among others.
You can also take a game drive to the national park and a lot of game like the tree climbing lions, antelopes, warthogs, hyenas, buffaloes with views of the great Rwenzori mountains also known as the mountains of the moon and the parks rich diversity vegetation and boastful topography sceneries not forgetting the great crater lakes.