Pretty campsite on a separate grassy field away from the main lodge. Ablutions are modern and clean. Showers are cold but you can watch the stars while showering ;-)! At the main lodge you have a restaurant overlooking a water hole where animals come to drink (we saw Elephants when we were here). Right next to QENP so no park fees apply. You can hear lions and hyeanas at night if you're 'lucky'. Rate is $10pppn. You can also stay at one of their tents, bandas or bungalows.
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Don’t really understand the last comment. We felt really welcome even though we were camping. Parked on a grassy spot near a fireplace near the tented camp. Ablutions are great, though only cold water. A place to do dishes and two spots with chairs to avoid the rain. Restaurant and bar is expensive, 12k for a beer.
Paid $10 ppp for camping.
We camped here for 1 night. Initially it seemed great, as we had the campsite to ourselves. So camping in the parking lot did not seem bad, there was even a small hut we could sit under which was great during the rain. 10usd pppn. Later in the night, a lot of the game drive vehicles came to park next to us... So it wasn't very quiet. No hot water. Bar and restaurant are expensive (10k for a beer). Also as a camper, we didn't feel very valued... Kind of like second rate citizens sort of feel.
I haven't seen the other places in the area, but there must be something with better value for money.
Not possible for really big rigs. Too narrow and very low hanging branches.Report Check-In
Big campsite a few hundred meters away from the restaurant and lodges with places to sit and access to water tab. A lot of baboons so watch your stuff. Facilities clean, but only cold shower. Food was overpriced (25$ pp for a soup, a curry, and a banana cake) so we didn't try it. Nice restaurant to sit and we assume that when it's not raining there is a bonfire by nighttime.Report Check-In
Stayed only one night. Nice camp, but expensive. Campsite a long way from the lodge. Great ablutions, power and kitchen at campsite. They lit a campfire for us too. Heard and saw elephants. Didn’t eat here, but heard from others it was good.Report Check-In
Lovely place, highly recommend. Covered cooking & washing up area, very clean toilets, gorgeous roaring fire. Bar area is spectacular. Nice grassy camping area. Showers are cold but only downside!Report Check-In
Nice 3y old lodge close to the entrance gate of Ishasha Sector.
Very good modern facilities. In Rain Season watch out for ditches where the rain can build large puddles. 10$ pppn on camping ground with your own tent on self catering. They also have a good restaurant where you can book up to full board packages. They have tents, bungalows and self contained bungalows too.
Its a good place to start an early morning game drive in the Ishasha sector of Queen Elisabeth NP. Highly recommended by the way.
Nicely run lodge and campsite close to the entrance to Ishasha NP where you can find the famous tree climbing lions. After checking all the campsites here, we found this to be the best option from the 3 campsites (@the River ($20 pppn) the faciltiies where old and not clean, no wifi and no wild animals, and Ishasha Jungle Lodge ($10 pppn) didn’t have any facilities (toilet in restaurant and shower in bungalow, IF it is not booked) for campers, but only a pitch of grass).
Campsite is away from main lodge, but has a nice grassy and flat surface to park your car. Abolution block is modern and clean, but only cold shower. They have a sink where you can do the dishes which is sheltered. You share the place with the tented camps and some banda’s. They lit a campfire for you every night. Staff is very friendly and professional. Campsite is $10 pppn.
Restaurant serve good food (3 course lunch $15, 3 course dinner $20 and breakfast $10). You can go for the fulll board with camping which is $45 pppn in total.
Pretty campsite on a separate grassy field away from the main lodge. Ablutions are modern and clean. Showers are cold but you can watch the stars while showering ;-)! At the main lodge you have a restaurant overlooking a water hole where animals come to drink (we saw Elephants when we were here). Right next to QENP so no park fees apply. You can hear lions and hyeanas at night if you're 'lucky'. Rate is $10pppn. You can also stay at one of their tents, bandas or bungalows.Report Check-In