Queen Elizabeth Bush Lodge offers budget-friendly accommodation in the form of 10 non-self-contained tents. These are furnished with comfortable beds, a bedside table and a power outlet for charging your electrical equipment. All tents are placed under a grass thatched roof which creates your private terrace and provides some welcome shade. The tents share a communal ablution block with showers and flushing toilets.
As to stay within the low impact safari concept, we have chosen a large dining tent for our restaurant. The tent is set so to overlook the Kazinga Channel and to have the Rwenzori mountain range as a backdrop while enjoying our excellent food. In the evenings though, when the weather allows, we take your table outside and organize a starlit dinner. Paraffin lights and a campfire create a cozy setting from where your 4-course dinner will be served. Due to logistic reasons (quality products are difficult to get in the area and must come from Kampala) we work with set menus, but if you inform us on time, it will be our pleasure to cater to your request and dietary requirements.
Queen Elizabeth national park is located in western Uganda. The area of the park extends from Lake George in the northeast to Lake Edward in the southwest, with the Kazinga Channel connecting the two. It has stunning biodiversity with open savannahs, dense papyrus swamps, crater lakes, forest and in interesting Gorge. It is named after Queen Elizabeth II and is home to 95 species of mammal and over 600 species of birds.
The guarded residence offers ample parking. Luggage storage facilities and laundry service are available at the lodge. Queen Elizabeth Bush Lodge is located within Queen Elizabeth National Park, on the edge of the Kazinga Channel that connects Lake George and Lake Edward.
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