We camped ,setting up our large tent on the edge of the river next to the weaver birds . It was idyllic and even when offered an upgrade ( thankyou ) we preferred to stay where we were .
As said by others the food was great - sweet and savory pumpkin pie and great fish. The hospitality provided by Aex , Kelly, Jack and team was great . The raised bar and eating area provided lovely views across the surrounding countryside .
John the in house guide took us around the park and we saw a lion asleep in a tree and lots of other wildlife - he is a great guide .
Definitely on our list for next Christmas and hopefully sooner.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Budget Eco Lodge with 2 en-suite family cottages, 4 non en-suite cottages and 8 budget cottages for the money conscious travelers all with beautiful river and forest views. Well appointed shared toilet and shower facilities for the non en-suite accommodation. Large capacity campsite also with great river views. The lodge has close proximity to wildlife, friendly staff and relaxed atmosphere, good food and cold drinks. We are 10 minutes drive from the main Ishasha Sector entrance gate where the infamous tree climbing lions are often found lounging about in the spectacular fig trees. Ishasha is on the way to the Bwindi gorillas. This is a remote area and 4X4 vehicles are advised, although it is not absolutely necessary. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- At The River Ishasha Uganda/Queen Elizabeth National Park