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Elephant Hab Lodge

Elephant Hab Lodge

Elephant Hab Lodge takes its name from its proximity to the habitat of the African Elephant. One of the park’s most iconic inhabitants. Guests often have the privilege of witnessing these majestic creatures roaming freely around the lodge. Adding to the unforgettable safari experience.

The lodge offers guests a unique opportunity to experience the wonders of the African wilderness. And also allowing guests to relax and unwind after a day of exploration in the wilderness. Furthermore, the lodge employs local staff, supports community development projects, and implements eco-friendly initiatives. Such as waste management and energy conservation measures.

Elephant Hab Lodge is a mid – range safari lodge on the landscapes of Queen Elizabeth National Park. Elephant Hab Lodge is located in the spectacular Kyambura Gorge. Approximately 10 minutes’ drive away from the chimpanzee tracking point and positioned within the habitat of elephants. As the herds of grazing Elephants visit, guests are able to watch over from the beautiful infinity pool and from your private balcony of your cottage. On a daily basis other animals are sighted at the lodge and are happy to welcome you to Elephant Hab Lodge. The velvet monkeys are always excited to see our guests at meal times. And would love nothing more than to sit down and eat with you. However, you may not be able to help yourself but please don’t feed the monkeys.


At Elephant Hab Lodge we offer high-end cottages overlooking Queen Elizabeth national park, The private cottages are grass-thatched and expertly built, right on the edge of the Kyambura gorge. Ensuring that all our guests wake up to the stunningly breath taking views of Queen Elizabeth National Park.

All of our cottages at Elephant Hab Lodge are self-contained with in an indigenous African style to give it distinctiveness. Our aim is to guarantee all our guests experience luxury in the wild. Our cottages are private spacious cabins with cozy warm decor of brown traditional wood embellishing on the floors. The cottages have comfortable king-size beds with white beddings, cotton African skirting. And locally made rugs at the foot of it. Hanging from the ceiling is an airy white mosquito net.


A central dining area serves delicious meals prepared using locally sourced ingredients, giving guests a taste of authentic Ugandan cuisine. Additionally, a lounge area provides a cozy space for guests to socialize, swap stories of their safari adventures. Or simply relax with a refreshing drink.


Game Drive

The lodge is located on the famous Kyambura Gorge in Queen Elizabeth National Park. This is a big advantage to our guests as we are only 10 minutes away from the Park gates. However, as you drive to the gate of the park you will see a number of animals along your way such as lions, elephants, buffalo, leopards, Nile Crocodiles, Uganda Kob, Waterbucks, Warthogs, Bushbucks, Topis, Hyenas Giraffes and more. During your time in the park you will see a great diversity such as lakes, savannah grasslands, forests and wetlands that are home to the biggest variety of large mammals in the country.

Bird Watching

Queen Elizabeth National Park has the largest checklist in East Africa with more than 600 bird species recorded. This is mostly due to the wide variety of habitats from savannah to forest to wetland. Many of the birds in the park are regarded as specials within East Africa, which make it a prime birding destination. They include African Fish Eagle, rare Shoebill Stork, African Skimmer, Pink-backed Pelican, White-faced Whistling Duck, Black Crake, African Pygmy Goose, and Little Egret etc.

Chimpanzee Trekking

Chimpanzee trekking is one of the interesting adventures that can be done in the surrounding areas of Elephant Hab Lodge. The trekking is done in Kyambura gorge and it is extremely rewarding and adventurous as travelers trek the chimpanzees in the tropical rain forest of Queen Elizabeth National Park. Being part of the chimpanzee trek in Uganda safari will give you an insight to explore the national parks wildlife wonders and the beautiful scenic views as well as other primate animals such as the baboons, vervet monkeys, black and white colobus monkey, and red tailed monkey among others.

Nature Walks in Kyambura George

Nature walks are the easiest ways to explore the landscapes and wildlife surrounding Queen Elizabeth National Park. Carried out in Maramagambo forest, Kyambura Gorge and the crater lakes which includes the famous twin lakes. Where you may spot a variety of forest and savanna species as well as having a unique opportunity to get extremely close to Chimpanzee – on foot!

Community Tours

The Kyambura community has a rich culture of African household setting, with gardens plentiful in cocoa, vanilla, cotton and sugar cane.  Meanwhile, Kyambura Orphanage Needy Development, established in 2016 with 12 children currently has 40 children majority of whom are orphans, and some are needy. Through charity, the founder has managed to train 6 tailors and kept the rest in school with the necessary basic requirements. The community has gardens of coffee about 1 acre per household, common in the area is Arabica coffee that they grow, pick, dry and process that you end up consuming at the lodge. The community walks give one an understanding of the community that neighbors the lodge and how your stay helps enhance their livelihoods.

Boat Safaris

A highlight of any visit to Queen Elizabeth National Park is a boat safari along the Kazinga Channel. These leisurely cruises provide a unique perspective on the park’s wildlife, offering opportunities to observe hippos, crocodiles, and numerous water bird species up close. The channel connects Lake George and Lake Edward, and its banks are teeming with wildlife.

Cultural Visits

Kasenyi Safari Camp offers cultural visits to nearby communities, providing guests with the opportunity to learn about the local culture, traditions, and way of life. Interacting with community members, visiting markets, and participating in cultural activities offer valuable insights into the rich cultural heritage of Uganda.