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Experience tranquility by the lakeside, & safari in the wild at Ihamba.

Accommodation & Rooms

Beautiful

Stand-alone cottages

Guests at Ihamba Lakeside Safari Lodge wake up with a beautiful view of the shores of Lake George. The African touches blend into the natural surroundings.

Accommodation options include our beautiful stand-alone double occupancy cottages, that could accommodate couples, co-travelers and could also be arranged to accommodate triple occupancy when needed.

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Experiences and Excursions

Discover our

Wild Adventures

Ihamba Lakeside Safari Lodge offers a unique combination experience of safari, lake and relaxation in the unspoiled Queen Elizabeth National Park. Ihamba is home to a stunning array of wildlife, such as huge breeding herds of African elephants, as well as hippos, buffaloes, lions, leopards, chimpanzees and over 600 bird species.

Accompanied by knowledgeable and experienced conservation-minded tour-guides, our guests can explore Uganda’s most popular tourist destination through exhilarating activities such as lion & chimpanzee tracking, bird watching, hiking, nature walks and the beautiful Kazinga Channel boat cruise.

EXPLORE THE WILD

ATTRACTIONS & THINGS TO DO

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December 13

Boat safari on the Kazinga Channel

This famous 32 kilometers long channel is a natural link between Lake Edward and Lake George and is said to contain the world’s largest concentration of hippos. A boat trip will offer you the opportunity to view hundreds of hippos laying lazy in the water or plunge timidly when you pass. Crocodiles will be found […]

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December 13

Chimp tracking in Kyambura Wildlife Reserve

A real Tarzan territory can be found in the northeast of the national park. This is where the savannah grassland suddenly ends into an impressive gorge of 100 meters deep and 16 kilometers long. The steep slopes are formed by the water of the Kyambura River and make a beautiful contrast with the valley that […]

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September 19

Game drives in the Kasenyi Plains

The nothern sector of the national park is called Kasenyi, or better known as the “Kobs Mating Ground”. In this open savannah area you will find hundreds if Uganda kobs. The Kob is an elegant antelope, similar to the impala, which lives in harems up to twenty females, led by one dominant male. Consequently, it […]

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