Ishasha Wilderness Camp
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Travel Blogs from Queen Elizabeth National Park
... Chilli Hideaway camp before the sun had even raised an eyelid. We creeped through Kampala's empty streets as the city began to waken. Weaving through the desolate city; there were a few locals looking bright-eyed: market stall sellers setting up their stalls for the day, men heading off to work and young children walking to school. Heading South-East, travelling 200 miles to the Kalinzu Forest to spot Chimpanzees. We made a couple of stops on ...
... on the lake soon so hopefully some good elephant shots then. Well did ..and much more! We got really up close to Cape buffalo, often in the water especially as it as in the early 30 's .....sun very warm and intense in the middle of the day. We saw elephants on the channel, Nile crocodiles with their mouths open as a way of cooling themselves, many Hippos basking just under ...
... elephant while sitting on top of the van’s luggage rack. Surreal.
Tyler – Besides the fact that I had the sniffles, the safari adventure was absolutely incredible! We had the pleasure of spotting various wild animals including lions, hippos, baboons, antelope, water buffalo, elephants and monkeys! And Pumpas! I was fortunate enough to be on the top of our safari van when suddenly a majestic bull elephant jumped out of the African bush and proceeded to get closer ...
... day we tried several campsites but all were closed or not
existing. We eventually saw a sign for a lodge campsite, so headed
for that along a track for about 10 kilometres. It was now getting
quite dark and was raining quite heavily, the track was very narrow
and quite slippy in places. We eventually reached the campsite and
... an ascent up the ridge of Mt Stanley to Margherita Camp at 4,485 metres, sheltered by a ring of high rocks with views of some of the high glaciers on Mt. Stanley.
Day 6 - Summit of Margherita Peak, Descending to Butuwa Camp (11.2 kilometres)
With a reluctant 4:00am start, we shifted back to our trekking boots to slowly climb over slippery boulders using our head lamps and we relied on fixed ropes to scale steeper sections of the trail to ...