Kasenyi Safari Camp, Queen Elizabeth National Park
Kasenyi safari camp is located in the northern part of Queen Elizabeth national park. it is situated in the vast savannah plains of Kasenyi where a variety of game live. This where game drives are conducted and therefore guests who stay here will watch lots of animals till the day of departure.
The camp sits at an elevation overlooking the vast savannah plains and the nearby Crater Lake known as Bunyampaka salt lake which seasonally host flamingo birds that sometimes fly to Lake Nakuru in Kenya. While relaxing at the camp, you’ll also have stunning clear views of the Rwenzori ranges and a lovely sunrise view in the morning and a very beautiful sunset view in the evening.
Kasenyi Safari camp has buildings that are eco-friendly and blend well with the environment. They are designed with local material and thatched roofs. There are 4 spacious tents each with a living area, en suite bathrooms and wooden decks. The camp has a well situated spacious dinning place where guests enjoy their meals while viewing the vast plains where animals such as buffaloes, elephants, waterbucks roam.
Kasenyi safari camp’s located is the best for viewing big game in queen Elizabeth national park. From Kasenyi safari camp, you quickly access areas in Kasenyi where animals such as lions, leopards, elephants, Uganda kobs, waterbucks and hippos are often seen. These animals regularly visit this camp since it is located in an undisturbed wilderness site. You can also visit the one of the communities in the park which is close to Lake George. Other areas are also reached in a short time; Mweya peninsula for a boat cruise, Kyambura gorge for chimp tracking and Katwe for the crater drive.
Kasenyi safari camp is an excellent place if you want to spend your safari nights in the same locality with the big cats.