Kasenyi Safari Camp | Safari Accommodation in Queen Elizabeth NP

Kasenyi Safari Camp

Queen Elizabeth N.P

Kasenyi Safari Camp

Rating: Mid-range
Covid-19: Compliant

Kasenyi Safari Camp offers lodge accommodation in the northern section of Queen Elizabeth National Park. The owners strategically built it at the starting point of the safari tracks that are much endowed with big savannah game animals. Staying at this camp will reward a guest with surprising visitors who usually frequent the camp like lion pride, hippo, leopard, buffalo, elephant, waterbuck, kob, hyena, and warthog, the many.

Kasenyi Safari Camp is built on the edge of Lake Bunyampaka. This creator salt lake gives the camps its charming views over the flamingo-colored lake shores and beyond into the northern plains of Queen Elizabeth National Park.

The safari lodge has eight safari tents suspended off the ground, facing the salt lake, designed with ensuite bathrooms and spacious living areas, and private decks. The main lounge and dining area is its most unique structure, giving the guest the African architectural ambiance yet suspending you in contemporary African safari experience without losing your roots back home.

Kasenyi safari Camp Rooms
Kasenyi safari Camp lounge deck

Kasenyi safari Camp lake bunyampaka
Kasenyi safari Camp lounge view

Accommodation at Kasenyi

The safari lodge has eight safari tents suspended off the ground, facing the salt lake, fitted with ensuite bathrooms and spacious living areas, and private decks.

The main lounge and dining area is its most unique structure, giving the guest the African architectural ambiance yet suspending you in contemporary African safari experience without losing your roots back home. If you want to leave of get to your accommodation tent, an armed guard will escort you to keep you safe from surprising preditors, an experience that will hike your excitement staying at Kasenyi Safari Camp.

This lodge is COVID-19 compliant with facemask and hand sanitizing compulsory in public areas. Please read our policy on COVID-19 for this lodge.

Amenities

Laundry Services

En-suite bathrooms

Hot/Cold Water in bathrooms

Wi-Fi Available

Restaurant & Bar

Mosquito net

Activities

Kasenyi Plains offers the most outstanding wildlife viewing in Queen Elizabeth National Park and arguably in Uganda. This part of the park contains Kazinga Channel, Lake Albert, and the antelope breeding grounds, making it an excellent choice for the park’s big cats and a Wildlife Photographer’s heaven. You would need at least two nights in the park to fully exhaust the African bush wilderness experience in the Kasenyi Plains.

Boat trips on the Kazinga channel, not far from the lodge, are available on either a scheduled boat launch or private boat safari lazily floating on the channel’s shores, where you can watch a good spectacle of waterhole drama. On strategic shore locations on the channel are a great choice of exclusive safari lodges and camps.

Lake Bunyampaka, in the lodge’s view, presents impressive attractions like birds, hippos, antelope, waterbuck, and hogs. Nearby is Lake George shores, a magnet for various wildlife species, and the islands like Kankurango, Irangara, and Akika, and most of all, the epic Kasoga Community

Chimp trekking available in the low-key Kyambura Gorge forest reserve. Although chimpanzee sighting may not be highly probable, the gorge reserve offers a relaxing nature walk. Other animals you’ll quickly see in the riverine forest include red-tailed monkeys, black-and-white colobus, baboons, and vervet monkeys are seen.

The park is also known for its variety of avian species, including various falcons, the blue-headed bee-eater, the African finfoot, and 597 bird species recorded. However, Chimpanzee Tracking is what draws visitors to the gorge.

Mweya peninsula area is the most common choice for accommodation in Queen Elizabeth National Park. Still, camps and lodges can get very busy in high season, making room reservations expensive and scarce.

The main highway on the edge of the park separates the communities of people who live along the boundaries. The road connects the park to the capital city in the east and Kibale National park in the north and Bwindi Impenetrable Forest for Gorilla trekking. Along this highway is where you most probably will find decent safari lodges and camps.

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