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Budget accommodation in Queen Elizabeth National Park.

When it comes to budget accommodation in Queen Elizabeth National Park, you can never run short of choices. The park has a wide range of options and well distributed around ready to make your Uganda safari a memorable one. Prices start at USD 20 for bed and breakfast. There are Tens of Budget Safari Lodges among which some are below.

Pumba Safari Cottages

Pumba Safari Cottages is Perched on the rift valley wall in Kyambura. It is an ideal safari lodge for some on looking for budget accommodation in Queen Elizabeth National Park. The views onto the rift valley floor are stunning. Imagine watching elephants on the plains of Queen Elizabeth National Park from the comfort of your room. All cottages are self-contained with comfortable beds. More to say, the interior is decorated with local material. The restaurant serves three course meals. They also serve local dishes, the choice yours.

The Bush Lodge

The Bush lodge is a member of nature lodges’ family. Sitting on the banks of the Kazinga channel, animals such as hippos, elephants, warthogs and so on tend to graze in and outside the lodge. Accommodation is in form of safari tents and bandas. The restaurant serves three course meals. They also have a boat that does excursions on the Kazinga Channel. If you are looking for budget accommodation in Queen Elizabeth National Park, this Lodge is worth considering.

Irungu Forest Safari Lodge

Close to Kazinga Channel, Irungu Forest Safari Lodge provides budget accommodation in Queen Elizabeth National Park. The property has self-contained cottages, a restaurant and runs boat trips on the Kazinga Channel. The lodge is also a few minutes’ walk from Katunguru center.

Kazinga Channel View Resort

This budget Resort sits on the southern bank of the Kazinga Channel. It is has some of the cheapest prices in the whole park hence ideal for low budget travelers. The property has a restaurant that serves hot meals. The rooms are ensuite. If you are looking for a more private experience, it is worth paying a bit higher for the bandas. They are a bit away from the main lodge.

Simba Safari Camp

A member of the Uganda Lodges is among the first lodges in Queen Elizabeth National Park. This lodge is on a hill with views of the Kasenyi  plains, Lakes George and Kikorongo.  It has en-suite and no en-suite rooms plus a dormitory for those on a low budget. The restaurant serves International dishes. Simba Safari Camp might be one of the best stays in Queen Elizabeth National Park

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