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The Bush Lodge

Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda

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The Bush Lodge forms an excellent base for your safari activities in Queen Elizabeth National Park. The lodge is built along ecological principals, the bandas designed and spaced in such a way to maximize privacy and enhance the safari aspect of the lodge.

Surrounded by the National Park and bordering the Kazinga channel, the lodge has a truly unique setting. Animals literary room in and out the camp and sounds of hippo's and hyena's complement our star lit dinners... At a great price quality ratio, The Bush Lodge finally offers a safari camp which is affordable and authentic.

Expect a great outdoor safari atmosphere, a close to nature experience with excellent food and friendly service.

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The Bush Lodge Details

Activities offered at the lodge

Game drives (day)
Boat trips
Bird watching
Chimpanzee trekking in Kyambura Gorge

Amenities

Bar/Lounge
Dining/Communal Area
Restaurant

Included in your stay

Meals: All meals
Drinks: Most drinks (excludes certain spirits and wines)

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Reviews on our safaris in this area

Every one was so helpful in making the arrangements. The booking people helped in all the questions we had, they were polite and helpful. The tour and lodge were amazing. Every one was helpful and very interesting to talk to. They made our…

Shelia

from United States of America

Discover Africa planned our safari to East Africa and we were certainly in the right areas at the right time, our itinerary was well designed to maximize time with the migration and related sightings - logistics ran smoothly and all in all…

Billy

from South Africa

Two male lions tried to take on an older female lion. The alpha male recently died and they were trying to take over his pride. The female lion was having none of it and while the males tried to tag team her; she swatted her massive paw at…

Kay Oczkowski

from United States of America

Christine and Mark de Witt

from Belgium

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