At the elephant home, guest satisfaction is the key drive of all our work. We focus on quality, hospitality and affordability. We have redefined accommodation near queen Elizabeth national park by enabling guests to experience local community hospitality. Our rooms are en-suite and furnished to give you the necessary comfort. The lodge is located in a wildlife territory where you’re sometimes visited by elephants and other mammals. You sleep to the sound of the lion and hyena roaring in the Savannah of queen Elizabeth national park and resident birds throughout your stay. Our easy accessibility makes it convenient for both private or public transport users.

At the size of 1,978km² sitting on the equator, Queen Elizabeth national park is home to 95 mammals, over 600 bird and 10 primate species including chimpanzees. The park comprises of varied ecosystems ranging from the extensive savanna, forests, sparkling lakes filled by the waters from Rwenzori mountains, explosive craters, wetlands and the rolling hills bellow the rift valley escarpment. The diverse landscape makes the park an ideal home for multitudes of wildlife including the big five. The park offers opportunities to do game drives, boat cruises, wildlife walk and cultural encounters as it is a human biosphere.

Located 10 – 15 minutes’ drive to the park gate, makes the elephant home an ideal accommodation during your safari into the Kasenyi tracks or the memorable boat cruise on kazinga channel, In the morning and evening, embark on the search of wildlife including the big five, to witness the cats in action in Kasenyi tracks. In the afternoon boat cruise, you will be viewing wildlife as they cool off, lined on the banks of kazinga channel.


Accommodation Rates 2018

Room type Bed only Bed and breakfast Full board
Self-contained twin rooms per person 20$ 25$ 40$
None self-contained cabins per person 10$ 15$ 30$
Camping (with own tent) per person 5$ 10$ 20$