Jacana Safari Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJacana Safari Lodge Queen Elizabeth National Park
Nice lodge, good food, very remote
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... when wet. The children were climbing the trees for fruit on the way back. The views were just stunning, no one could quite believe just how green and lush Uganda is....it is even more so during rainy season, which we are at the tail end of. We arrived at the orphanage were everyone finally got to see the Isaac's House orphanage.... No one could believe just how honestly it was, and safe. It's the perfect place for our children, which is why they are so happy. The ...
Some thoughts after our Queen Elizabeth National Park safari:
Albert – The natural heartbeat of Africa… a time to reflect on the beauty of creation and God's perfect order of things.
Kyle – Today’s crossing off of another bucket list item came with breath-taking views – the safari far exceed my expectations. Our driver, Domenic, made sure we saw all there was to see. My most memorable moment had to have been being approached by an ...
... all day meeting of key members of the association management team focused on establishing a means to begin a Sustainable Agricultural College in Kakooge in August 2015. The initial enrollment target is 60 students: 20 day-students and 40 boarding students.
I was particularly impressed by the enthusiasm demonstrated by each individual. As we talked about the opportunity that lay in front of them as a group, we focused on the ...
Today was a bit of a later start. Corey went with Randy to the office to help out on some computer networking and then we headed down to that end of town and met him for lunch at a coffee shop. We then headed across the street to the art and craft market and for those of you who know me well I was in heaven in there! It is just rows and rows of different crafts and arts and yes I went crazy. How can one not ...
... water buffaloes, antelopes, a curious bull elephant, and birds. No lions. While slightly disappointed, we returned to the lodge the with high hopes for tomorrow.
Lions 1, Us 0.
After lunch, we headed out to a crater lake where locals worked furiously during the dry season collecting salt. The salt, we learned, is exported throughout eastern and central Africa. For ...