Simba safari camp, is a Ugandan lodge engraved on top of a hill overlooking Lake George and lake Kikoronko in Queen Elizabeth national park in south west of the country providing comfortable and pocket friendly self-contained, non-self-contained and dormitory style accommodation with hot and cold showers.
The lodge boasts with excellent views of crater lakes, this safari camp is one of the best options for budget travelers to Queen Elizabeth national park with very friendly and warm welcoming staff who will give you a feeling of a second home in Africa’s wilderness.
The camp offers panoramic views of vast endless savannah plains of Kasenyi sector of queen Elizabeth along with the renowned Kazinga channel streamed with numerous hippos and crocodiles including land animal like elephants quenching thirst in the afternoons.
The lodge is also among the best places you can stay in if you would love to tour the Kasenyi plains of Queen Elizabeth as it’s so close to this area of the park.
The rooms also have private porches surrounded by elegant flowers making premises beautiful.
The lodge has got a restaurant providing continental meals with breakfast selected in the evenings and served early morning as you embark on your daily safaris, the lodge bar also offers variety of drinks ranging from alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks with an extensive lounge and internet available in all public areas of the lodge.
You can make your stay exclusive by having a launch boat cruise at the Kazinga channel and see numerous hippos alongside crocodiles and variety of water birds or take game drive to Queen Elizabeth national park and see wide ranges of wildlife, different types of antelopes like the Ugandan cob, tope and many more animals and birds.
Queen Elizabeth is the only park recorded with over 600 bird species in Africa like the rare shoebill, African morning dove and kingfisher.
For those on chimpanzee trekking Kyambura George is a great place and also view other primates like the olive baboon and take nature walks to Kalinzu and Maramagambo forests