The lodge is named “ Ishasha Tree climbing lions View lodge because its located in the southern sector of queen Elizabeth nation park called Ishasha Sector and its only 500 meter from the entry gate of Katokye the main gate entrance of Ishasha-Queen Elizabeth National Park which is just a few metres to the Fig trees where Lions normally climb to rest thus calling them Tree climbing lions. Its very easy to track tree climbing lions and sometimes you can view the lions from our lodge if you have got good binoculars.
The lodge is ecologically built with local materials sourced from around the park by local communities around to blender with surrounding environment and with local African architecture with grass thatch, wood and sand plastered. All the furniture and decoration have been hand-crafted by the local community.
We have got eco-san toilets and also flushing toilets. Our lodge is powered by solar and only when we have heavy rains its when we use the standby generator.
Bordering the Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park, we offer a relaxed and comfortable accommodation budget accommodation, surrounded by several bird species all full time residents in our lush vegetation and acacia trees. Our lodge is also normally called by our clients “ Lodge of the Bird Songs” because several birds present sing all the day and night.
From the grass-thatched restaurant and bar, you can enjoy our homemade food from our own organic garden while viewing the scenic beauty of Queen Elizabeth National Park –Ishasha Sector, Big herds of elephants, buffaloes and antelopes are regular visitors to the lodge, abundant birdlife at the lodge has made it hub for birders!
Queen Elizabeth National Park
Kanungu District – Uganda
Tel.: +256 772 661854