Ishasha Wilderness Camp

Queen Elizabeth National Park

An afro-chic tented camp on the banks of the Ntungwe River in the South of the park, home to the famous tree-climbing lions.


On the banks of the Ntungwe River in the Ishasha sector, in the southern part of Queen Elizabeth National Park.


10 Meru style tents raised on wooden decks, each with en-suite bathroom and private veranda.


Game drives in 4×4 open vehicles, walking safaris and visits to the local community.


The Queen Elizabeth National Park hosts 95 mammal species, including 10 primate species, and more than 600 bird species. Elephants, buffalo and several antelope species roam the Ishasha plains, where lion and leopard can also be observed. The Kazinga Channel is home to hippo and crocodiles, while chimpanzees and other primates live in the Kyambura Gorge forest.


An eco-friendly tented camp set in an idyllic location in the remote and less busy southern sector of the park. The Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the most spectacular parks in Uganda and offers a great variety of activities, from chimpanzee tracking to boat cruises. Game drives in search of the famous tree-climbing lions of Ishasha are not to be missed.