Presiding along Ntungwe River in Queen Elizabeth National Park –Ishasha sector is where Ishasha Wilderness Lodge found. The lodge provide authentic jaw dropping, eye-popping experiences, rare solitude and the ultimate in safari luxury – each living up to every single accolade bestowed upon them. Commanding ten spacious tents are equally breathtaking locations, you’re guaranteed to leave with a lifetime of superb memories whether you choose to stay.
Each tent boasts world-class service with a private wide verandah from which to enjoy the sunset with a glass of something special from the well-stocked bar overlooking the river. Comfortably furnished with large mosquito-netted beds, all tents are en suite bathrooms with hot water and a flushing ‘eco-friendly’ toilets. Free WiFi internet, recharging facilities and a curio/local craft shop are available in the central dining area.
The thatched central lounge and dining area provide a comfortable setting for meals and relaxation with an eagle’s-eye view of the Park and River, with a loft-style ambience and an expansive use of glass to enhance the amazing views. In the evening, the outdoor fireplace is the perfect place for guests to relax with sundowners and share their day’s experiences. This riverside lodge has great viewing year-round and staff here make every service as electrifying as they come. A full complement of staff and farm-to-table food ensures families and friends can all comfortably appreciate the transformative, once-in-lifetime experience in the wild.
Meanwhile in Ishasha guests experience Africa a little more ‘au natural’, with the famous tree climbing lions that are spotted resting on a large fig tree. Staying at Ishasha Wildness lodge, you own a chance of spotting the wildlife wandering around close by and such include elephants, buffalo, Black-and-White Colobus and vervet monkeys are frequently viewed. Awe-inspiring activities that you will participate in while at your holiday at Ishasha Wilderness Lodge including the wildlife viewing, boat trip, nature walk, and chimpanzee trekking and so on. Staying here gives you best connection to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park-Gorilla trekking.