QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK
Ihamba Lakeside Safari Lodge, situated on the shores of the beautiful Lake George in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Muhokya sub-county, near Kahendero Fishing Village was born out of love for nature and animal preservation!CALL TO ACTION
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Our close proximity to the Queen Elizabeth National Park grants us front and center for the perfect Safari. Whether you want to go north through the Kasenyi region to Kyambu Gorge, Mweya Peninsula, or take a cruise along Kazinga Channel, we will make sure you have the best time. This is all crafted and scheduled […]READ MORE
The Mweya Peninsula is one of the best places to start your game drive from. The forested area offers a great variety of game tracks and at the same time it hides many narrow natural trails, created by the inhabitants. A game drive in this area will give you a fair chance of finding the […]READ MORE
Our lodge is a perfect location for those who want to experience the tranquility of unspoiled Africa, untouched by mass tourism. Ihamba's unique charm is in the atmosphere of intimacy, welcoming ambiance, and a splendid guest service that is carefully rendered to our esteemed guests and visitors. Come experience the authentic Ugandan hospitality that you’ll make feel like part of our extended Ihamba family.
The Ihamba family strongly believes in supporting the communities within which it is situated, with the objective of playing an active role in the preservation of the local culture, as well as the economic uplifting of the community members. Integral to our culture and fabric is the intentional recruitment and hospitality training of the youth, from within the community, with the purpose of integrating them into the Ihamba Lodge workforce.
Ihamba also supports its local farmers through sourcing and purchasing produce, fresh fish, and meats, as well as coffee. We also facilitate and support tourists that visit Ihamba to offer education sponsorships and scholastic materials necessary for children in the community to attend school.