Ishasha Wilderness Camp
Ishasha Wilderness Camp is an excellent base for exploring this southern region of Queen Elizabeth National Park, which is renowned for its tree-climbing lion.
There are six luxury tents which line the riverbank and all are equipped with bucket showers, chemical toilets, lights which work by solar power and kerosene lanterns for after dark.
In the evenings, there's nothing better than sitting by the campfire on the river's sandy shore, where you can often see elephant coming down to drink on the other side of the river, and hippo bathing in front of you. The staff are friendly and meals are arranged around guests' daily schedules, giving you maximum flexibility on your safari.
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Ishasha and nearby places
- Bwindi Impenetrable Forest 46 kilometers away
- Mgahinga National Park 83 kilometers away
- Lake Bunyonyi 79 kilometers away
- Queen Elizabeth National Park 62 kilometers away
- Lake Mburo 137 kilometers away
- Semliki Wildlife Reserve 192 kilometers away
- Kibale Forest National Park 231 kilometers away
- Entebbe 317 kilometers away
- Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary 333 kilometers away
- Kampala 337 kilometers away