The Elephant Home (also called the Elephant Center Campsite) is a community owned and run tourism project located near queen Elizabeth national park, western Uganda. The project offers a number of tourism services and experiences.
The services offered at this campsite are; self-contained rooms, none self-contained cabins, camping ground, a restaurant, crafts shop.
The community experiences offered are; a village hill trek, a village experience tour, cotton growing tour, equator tour and a self-guided nature walk at the site. Other activities coordinated by this community tourism enterprise include the traditional dance performance, a crafts making workshop, the Katwe traditional salt mining tour, the Katwe Boda-boda safari.
The elephant home can also help the visitors to arrange the activities inside the park such as the chimp tracking at Kyambura, the Kazinga channel boat cruise and the wildlife Safari drive.
Locaton: This community accommodation is well located as the base of exploring the surrounding areas such as the Kalinzu forest tours, the Kichwamba escarpment communities and the creator lakes area. The site is located on the Fort portal Mpondwe road and can be reached by all modes of public or private transport. Fort portal – Mpondwe road is the same road that leads to the Gorillas, lake Bunyonyi or crossing to Rwanda and Congo.