Located in the Ishasha region of Queen Elizabeth National Park, Ishasha Wilderness Camp is a must stay for anyone planning a visit. Due to the remote location of the camp as well as its exclusive nature, guests can be assured of their privacy not only at the camp but also on game drives. A large, cool central dining area under thatch provides a comfortable environment for meals, with a lounge section to relax in during the heat of the day. The perfect spot from which to spot the famous tree-climbing lions of Ishasha.Queen Elizabeth National Park
Located in Central Kampala, the Kampala Serena is within walking distance from all that the city has to offer. The hotel's architecture has a water theme, inspired by the numerous lakes that can be found in Uganda. This 152 room property has also come to be known for its showcase of Ugandan art that is displayed on the walls of its rooms and public spaces. The Kampala Serena offers a panoramic roof-top terrace, three of the finest a la carte restaurants in the city, two bars, the Maisha mind, body and spirit spa, and additional conference facilities among other facilities. This 5-star property is a refreshing inclusion to Kampala's hospitality landscape.Kampala
Set against the backdrop of Lake Kyaninga and the mystical Rwenzori Mountains, Kyaninga lodge offers wonderful hospitality and breathtaking views. Its exceptional design and beautiful gardens - a creation of landscape designer Imogen Jenkins - makes a visit a destination by itself. The food at the lodge is simply amazing prepared by ingredients grown at the lodge's garden. Another of Kyaninga's outstanding features is its swimming pool which overlooks the lake and provides a perfect spot in which to soak up the surrounding beauty while enjoying a refreshing dip. The lodge is located less than an hour away from Kibale National Forest and its abundance of primates and birdlife.Kibale National Park
The Lake Victoria Serena, a Tuscan style resort from the renowned Serena group, sits on the lush boundaries of Africa's largest lake. With a private Marina and 18 hole golf course, you can enjoy the best of lakeside living while being only a 30 minute drive from Kampala. The elevated views over the expanse of Lake Victoria are captivating.
Explore one of Uganda's hidden gems - Lake Mburo National Park - with a stay at the exclusive Mihingo Lodge. Set on a rocky kopje with views over the forest and the lake, there's no better place from which to enjoy this untouched part of Uganda.
Overlooking Uganda's best kept secret - The River Nile - Paraa lodge offers a blend of comfort, relaxation and adventure. The lodge's decor is reminiscent of the bygone era of early explorers, the likes of Ernest Hemingway and Samuel Baker. The lodge was made famous in the 1950s when it hosted the Queen while she was on a visit of the park. Still as popular, Paraa offers a variety of exhilarating activities including chimpanzee trekking, birding and visiting the mighty Murchison Falls.
Gorilla Forest Camp is a small, luxurious camp located in the incredible Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Southwest Uganda. Bwindi is home to over half the world's population of mountain gorillas and this secluded safari camp offers the ideal base for a gorilla tracking adventure. Apart from gorilla tracking, guests can go for guided walks in the forest or interact with the local Batwa Pygmy community, one of the last indigenous tribes in the planet. On a clear night, guests can sit around a cozy fire and enjoy Bwindi's crystal clear mountain sky or have a drink from the camp bar which overlooks the rain forest.
Named after the English explorer Samuel Baker – the first European to view and name the Murchison Falls, Baker’s Lodge is set along the southern bank of the mighty Nile River.Murchison Falls