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

      Evening with lions

      A travel blog entry by barbara9909 on Jun 16, 2014

      43 photos

      We arrived around 5pm at Simba Safari lodge after a long drive from Fort Portal. We did see a sign that showed the border with the DR Congo was only a few kilometers away! That's kind of exciting and scary as there is fighting going on there at times.

      We went on an evening safari and saw some amazing sunsets over the savannah grasslands …

      Day 13 Uganda

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

      31 photos

      ... many people are trying to sell their goods unless you have Judy with you! She is hilarious! She bargained with 3 people quite well but listening was just way too funny. No that one is too ripe, no that one is too small etc etc. These vendors are very pushy to sell but she takes total control. In the end she got the 12 she wanted, some ripe and all rather large and for a price of under $10. Canadian! Happy Thanksgiving day to all back home!
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      A new mama!!

      A travel blog entry by irenewong on Jul 17, 2014

      1 photo

      ... from the community began to come up, hugging her and congratulating her on her sponsorship. All are excited to have a meal there. As we drove away, the last thing I saw was the smile on her face and a wave. Part of the Mama Nguvu project is that after a year, she will be expected to invest in another woman in her community. This will ensure sustainability for the years to come. Hopefully next year we can return and stop by for ...

      Back to Kuwuliriza

      A travel blog entry by irenewong on Jul 08, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... rested for a bit and then we walked over to Karine of Nitro's place to drop off a suitcase for her to bring home for Erika. Dylan Draper and Rachel Pagdin ( whom I taught at KCS years ago) were with Karine. We returned home and hung around and played Joke r Rummy until dinner. After dinner, the kids hung around on the deck and sang and Calen played the ukulele. The 3 moms played a game of Dutch Blitz and I couldn't wait for 9 o clock to get to ...

      Village People

      A travel blog entry by tnaworldtour on Apr 21, 2014

      8 photos

      ... when we rolled up with our 3 oversized bags accompanied by 15 little ones, one of which housed my curling iron and hair dryer. (For the record, I did use them on a regular basis.)

      These people would be our shadows, our eavesdroppers, our 9th grade biology and government teachers offering an answer for everything for 10 consecutive weeks. They ranged from a 19-year old lad on his gap year about to enter uni without knowing how to chop an onion, to ...