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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... boys ordered pizzas, chicken and chips and Talapia. Most of the volunteers ordered their very first Talapia fish too. There was a band on which the boys also enjoyed to watch. They sang traditional African style music. Afterwards, they got to camp at our hostel. We made them a midnight feast and set up sleeping bags. A couple of them chose to sleep in the van instead. It was a lovely night for them, and for us too. Tomorrow the really hard work starts.... Thank you for ...
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 ...
... farmers, who own an average farmland area of 6. Even in the large towns, many households have small plots of land that enable them to grow crops and livestock in order to survive.
As Uganda’s inflation continues to grow (estimated at over 5% in 2015), more and more rural youth are leaving their villages and seeking work in the urban areas. This trend is stressing the resources of the country and ...
... you have no idea. There is a good amount of beggars and sad situations. There are babies placed right in the middle of it all too young to walk but sit there with their hands open in a begging position. That was very hard for me to take. I was so upset I almost got hit by a bodaboda until Vanessa yelled at me to stop. My mind was not on traffic and Judy was in fast mode. I could not help myself and cried. ...
... 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 ...