HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO STAY AT ISHASHA WILDERNESS CAMP-UGANDA
International rates begin at $US 310 per adult during low season (sharing in double or twin accommodation).
Ishasha wilderness camp is set within the southern section of Queen Elizabeth National Park in an unmatched area that is famous for Uganda’s tree-climbing lions, which can be seen lazily resting on the fig tree branches. Ishasha wilderness camp offers an authentic safari feel to Queen Elizabeth National Park, ranging from canvassed tents to hot showers to an intimate communal dining area.
Ishasha wilderness camp’s main area is under canvas and comprises a lounge area accompanied by big, large sofas in warm colors, a coffee table, and a dining area. Ishasha wilderness camp rooms are all situated off the main area and spread out along a walkway, offering endless views of the Ntungwe River.
Ishasha wilderness camp’s rooms are authentic and cozy in an African setting. All the rooms are made from canvas, which offers a natural safari feel. Ishasha wilderness camp’s rooms all have large beds, be they double or twin rooms, a bathroom with flushing toilets and bucket showers, and a veranda area that overlooks the Ntungwe river.
Ishasha wilderness camp is your safari starting point for wildlife viewing, where you can spot animals such as elephants that often come to the camp, buffalos always grazing along the Ntungwe river banks, and monkeys swinging on the trees. Queen Elizabeth National Park game drives being offered within the Ishasha Sector allow tourists to spot elephants, tree-climbing lions, hippo, Cape buffaloes, and Uganda kob.