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Kasenyi Safari Camp

Kasenyi Safari Camp

Kasenyi Safari Camp is strategically located on the rim of Lake Bunyampaka in the Kasenyi Savannah of Queen Elizabeth National Park. With breathtaking, unobstructed views of the Rwenzori ranges. This camp provides an ideal base for exploring one of the most bio diverse reserves on the continent.

Beyond its exceptional wildlife encounters, Kasenyi Safari Camp also places a strong emphasis on conservation and community engagement. The camp committed to sustainable tourism practices and works closely with local communities. To support conservation efforts and promote eco-friendly initiatives.


There are four tents all with en-suite bathrooms, spacious living areas and private decks. The Lodge designed to blend harmoniously with the natural surroundings while providing comfort. The accommodations are equipped with modern amenities to ensure a comfortable stay. For instance  comfortable beds, and private verandas where guests can relax and soak in the sights and sounds of the wilderness.


Guests can unwind and rejuvenate after a day of adventure with delicious meals served in the open-air dining area. Which overlooks the surrounding wilderness. The camp’s friendly and attentive staff are on hand to cater to guests’ needs. Ensuring a memorable and enjoyable stay from start to finish.

Game viewing in the Kasenyi Savannah

Queen Elizabeth National Park hosts cats in the Kasenyi savannah. Here the cats feed on the large numbers of Uganda kob. Some lions have learned to hunt buffalo and also climb trees. A wide variety of wildlife including lions, leopards, elephants, Uganda kobs, waterbucks, and hippos, can be seen in the area around Kasenyi Safari Camp. These animals also frequently visit this camp because it is located in a pristine wilderness area thus guests who stay here will see a variety of creatures till the day they depart.

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.

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.  Meanwhile, the channel connects Lake George and Lake Edward, and its banks are teeming with wildlife.

Nature Walks

Guided nature walks offer guests the chance to explore the park on foot, accompanied by knowledgeable guides who share insights into the park’s ecosystems, flora, and fauna. Nature walks provide a more intimate and immersive safari experience, allowing guests to appreciate the smaller wonders of the bush and discover hidden gems off the beaten path.