Jacana Safari Lodge
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this lodge rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TravelPod Member ReviewsJacana Safari Lodge Queen Elizabeth National Park
Nice lodge, good food, very remote
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Jacana Safari Lodge Queen Elizabeth National Park
Travel Blogs from Queen Elizabeth National Park
... have here. They sell everything from toilet paper, combs, sandals, vegetables and on and on. There are phone card and internet stores everywhere. We have not watched television since we left Calgary. There are beautiful stones here that we would pay a fortune for to landscape with. The iron work and woodwork is abundant here and very cheap compared to home. The cows and goats are usually tied up in the yard ( known as plots here) of the owner ...
... him it was there while her and I cried/laughed/peed our pants/jumped up and down. Luckily Kip saved the day and pulled his sweater sleeve down to swat it off. Steven could have died and Kip saved his life. Pretty uneventful after that. Had a couple drinkypoos and then went back to our place because we had to wake up early. Drove for 8 hours - went back to Mbarara which was better then last time. A fun fact I forgot to mention last time - people actually say "Hakuna ...
... 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 ...
... this afternoon, there was an emergency box, fully equipped and ready to be taken to the bedside in an emergency. We devised a cleaning schedule and the midwives were keen to see how this will work and I will continue the teach NLS to staff so that they can teach each other once I have left. This evening, we said goodbye to Emma who is now on her way home. We will miss her energy and smiles and it was hard to say goodbye. Mary ...
... finally get a photo of a leopard! Well, the lion walked near the tree and the leopard jumped down and fled across the fields. The lion gave chase for a little while but then turned back. This all transpired in a short period of time so alas, no photos, but it was very cool to witness firsthand.
In another area of the park we continued to see lions and even a few sleeping in the cactus trees. What an amazing safari experience!