Simba Safari Camp

Address: Queen Elizabeth National Park, 33024, Uganda | Hostel
 
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsSimba Safari Camp Queen Elizabeth National Park

    Reviewed by barbara9909

    Relaxed safari lodge

    Reviewed Jun 16, 2014
    by (12 reviews) Livonia , United States Flag of United States

    Simba Safari camp has very nice rooms that are set in a deserty oasis type feel with gardens and lots of trees on the property. The staff is friendly and accommodating especially when the power was lost due to a storm and they gave us free coffees in the lodge. Just really nice people! The rooms are clean, comfortable and the shower was fantastic!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by lghaga

    Decent

    Reviewed Feb 14, 2013
    by (9 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

    Decent

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Simba Safari Camp Queen Elizabeth National Park

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Queen Elizabeth National Park

    Survived one week! Holla at that!

    A travel blog entry by algengler on Jul 04, 2015

    1 comment

    ... goin Al

    A guy probably in his thirties was visiting the compound and was talking to one of the other interns, Ken. Ken speaks Lusoga and the two of them chatted for awhile. I eavesdropped pointlessly, only picking out itano which means 5. Not sure what was 5 but whatever. A few minutes in to the conversation the man asked Ken to translate some questions to us about America. He asked about what state we were from and then got to the good stuff like if ...

    Trading Minnesota for Uganda

    A travel blog entry by algengler on Jun 27, 2015

    5 comments, 3 photos

    ... a mattress off the stack we realized that there was a rat nest and two rats went running out from them. Since our house is brick inside and outside rats can easily run up the walls and into the next room! Since we lost track of the rats I thought I would check my room before I went to bed with my headlamp. I looked under the bed and then began crawling under my mosquito net. I'm not a fan of rodents at all and I knew that if I tucked in my mosquito net there would be no ...

    Lions & Elephants

    A travel blog entry by ambrosetravel on May 05, 2015

    4 photos

    ... all of the problems we have been observing.

    Emily – To see animals in the wild was incredible. I especially loved the lions in the park and the torrential rain while we were on the boat tour. It was great to see that side of Africa!

    Aspen – When we saw the first animals (antelope), it blew my breath away. We saw majestic elephants, elegant lions, hippos, water buffalo and lots of antelope. It was amazing.

    Milo – Pretty sweet! It was nice ...

    Day 13 Uganda

    A travel blog entry by blanche.lea on Oct 13, 2014

    31 photos

    ... up. You could either sit inside or out in the grassy area under trees. It is not anything like what you would see back home. First thing I noticed was that there was art work for sale and yes I knew my shopping might continue. No matter what restaurant you go to down here you can expect at least a 30 to 45 minute wait for your food to come and one piece of artwork kept calling me. The lady who owns the restaurant allows artists ...

    Rhino trekking to see the giants

    A travel blog entry by barbara9909 on Jun 26, 2014

    59 photos

    ... many acres of land and are essentially wild. They are not fed by the staff for example. The rhinos are used to humans being near them as each rhino has armed guards near it 24 hours a day 7 days a week. This is sadly because of the real threat of poaching. At this time the sanctuary has been fortunate and not lost any rhinos to poachers. But they remain vigilant. Armed rangers also patrol the fences 24 hours a day ...