Discount on gorilla tracking permits and other park and activity fees

In order to encourage the recovery of the country's tourist industry, the Uganda Wildlife Authority is offering a substantial discount on gorilla tracking permits and other park and activity fees from 1 December 2020 to 31 March 2021. These discounts are as follows: 50% discount on entrance fees for all national parks, including Murchison Falls, … Continue reading Discount on gorilla tracking permits and other park and activity fees


News from Little Elephant Camp, Queen Elizabeth National Park

Michelle & Kevin from Little Elephant Camp write: We just wanted to give you a few updates on what we've been up to at the camp since the last edition of Bradt Uganda was published We are now very excited to be single-use-plastic-free. We have installed water purification systems in each glamping camp kitchen so … Continue reading News from Little Elephant Camp, Queen Elizabeth National Park

Kazinga Wilderness Safari Camp, QENP

Robert of Kazinga Wilderness Safari Camp writes: Kazinga Wilderness Safari Camp is a new camp set along Channel Track right inside Queen Elizabeth National Park. Set in a splendid open savannah, the camp is built overlooking the Rwenzori Mountains, and the spacious screen canvas-fitted bungalows contain private verandahs, comfortably furnished with large mosquito-netted 2 queen sized … Continue reading Kazinga Wilderness Safari Camp, QENP

Detailed August 2019 trip report

Carrie writes: I just finished an incredible month-long backpacking trip around Uganda. Your guide was invaluable for figuring out how to do things independently - thank you! Just have a few updates and report backs to share: - Bwindi: I tracked gorillas at Ruhija. As far as I could tell it’s virtually impossible to get … Continue reading Detailed August 2019 trip report

The Elephant Home, QENP

Felex Kamalha writes: A new community campsite has started at Kikororngo community, near Queen Elizabeth national park, on the road to on Fort Portal. It currently has two to three self-contained twin rooms, five camping shades and a big open camping ground. The campsite also has a small restaurant that doubles as a gift shop on the … Continue reading The Elephant Home, QENP

Enjojo Lodge, Ishasha

Patrick writes: A new lodge (Enjojo Lodge) is about to open (May-June 2015) near Ishasha Gate. It is situated just opposite Ishasha gate, in the valley, approx 2.5 km off the Katunguru-Kihihi road. It is owned and run by a co-Belgian, a Ms Kristine. The lodge is situated  in the savannah bordering the NP and … Continue reading Enjojo Lodge, Ishasha

Kichwamba Escarpment Community Tourism Initiative

Deborah writes: Between Nov 17 and Dec 3, 2014, we volunteered at Healthy Child Uganda in Mbarara, and were tourists on weekends. Although we asked for alternatives to the usual tourist spots, all our inquiries directed us to the National Parks, which are indeed wonderful. Those we asked were clear – the infrastructure doesn’t exist … Continue reading Kichwamba Escarpment Community Tourism Initiative