Queen Elizabeth Bush Lodge Uganda
Queen Elizabeth Bush Lodge is a Tented Camp at Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda in the Mweya area. The lodge is located just outside Queen Elizabeth National Park, just off the main road of Kasese – Mbarara. 500 meters after the bridge over Kazinga Channel.
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, forests, and an interesting Gorge. It is named after Queen Elizabeth II and is home to 95 species of mammals and over 600 species of birds.
The lodge borders the Kazinga channel an ideal location from which to explore the magnificent surroundings with its abundant wildlife. Animals’ literary room in and out of the camp and the sounds of hippos and hyenas complement the star-lit dinners.
Queen Elizabeth Bush Lodge consists of 12 bands (11 non-self-contained tents & 2 self-contained tents), spaciously placed between the indigenous bush. The rooms are built on a raised wooden platform. Huge mosquito-netted windows allow a 180-degree view and ensure a close-to-nature experience. Each room has a private terrace overlooking the seasonal Kamera River.
All bands have an ensuite bathroom with running water for your hand basin, a flushing toilet, and an outside shower with 24/24 hours of hot water, where 2 showerheads allow couples to take their starlit shower together.
Self-Contained Tent – For gust who want to have some privacy and a real Bush experience, the lodge has 2 self-contained tents a little distance away from the lodge. Ideal for families as an extra tent can be placed on the adjacent platform.
Non-self-contained Tent – These are budget-friendly accommodations in the form of 10 non-self-contained tents. They 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. No need to worry about linen as all bedding and towels are provided.
The lodge has a large dining tent for a restaurant. The tent is set so as 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, a starlit dinner is organized outside.
Activities Available from Queen Elizabeth Bush Lodge include; Chimpanzee trekking in the Kyambura Gorge, Game Drives, Boat tours, Bird watching, Visiting the Salt Crater Lakes, and Wildlife Research Tours.
Queen Elizabeth Bush Lodge Uganda Accommodation Rates
2023 Queen Elizabeth Bush Lodge Uganda Accommodation Rates Per Night Include;
Accommodation + Value Added Tax and taxes on accommodation
|Bed & Breakfast||Half Board||
Single Banda (1 Guest)
|100 US Dollars||120 US Dollars||130 US Dollars|
Double/ Twin Banda (2 Guests)
|135 US Dollars||165 US Dollars||
185 US Dollars
|25 US Dollars||40 US Dollars||50 US Dollars|
Single Tent -Self-Contained – (1 Guest)
|55 US Dollars||70 US Dollars||
80 US Dollars
Double/ Twin Tent-Self-Contained – (2 Guests)
|80 US Dollars||110 US Dollars||130 US Dollars|
Single Tent – Non-Self-Contained – (1 Guest)
|35 US Dollars||50 US Dollars||
60 US Dollars
Double/ Twin Tent Non-Self-Contained – (2 Guests)
|60 US Dollars||90 US Dollars||
110 US Dollars
* Children under the age of 3, sharing with parents in existing bedding (No extra bed) – free of charge
* Children under the age of 12 Years – pay a 30 % discount on accommodation and food. In case one adult shares a room with a child a single room will be charged + a discounted extra bed
Accommodation Rates Exclude;
* Gratuities/ Tips
* Airstrip transfers
* Drinks & Extra Meals
* Items of a personal nature
* Premium brand spirits and wines
* Game drives and excursions from the camp
* Flying doctors/ medical evacuation insurance
* Conservation fees, any park fees, bed levy, or any special camping fees
* Transportation, airport, and flight taxes. Transfers to and from the camp