As The Pandemic Was spearheading the travel industry in the world based on the statistics in Africa and Uganda to be precise, a lot went on and right now we have seen an increase in the number of travellers. Our partners have put up something interesting in the Queen Elizabeth national park Uganda’s Flagship.
Queen Elizabeth National Park is Uganda’s most popular and big game park and is home to wildlife such as buffalo, elephant, lion, hippo, leopard and many antelope species plus no fewer than Primates like Chimpanzees at Kyambura Gorge and Kalinzu Forest. Our Safari Experiences take you on one of the most incredible journeys and guided game drives with our top safari guides around the biosphere, through lakes on a boat cruise along the Kazinga channel which is the mainstream source of water around this area and where you may spot hippo, Nile crocodile and a number of bird species at the water’s banks of the channel.
Honey Bear Bush Camp is full of character – chic, elegant and sassy – and revives the pared-back romance of the classic safari experience. At last, a small and intimate camp within the national park boundaries of Queen Elizabeth!
A lot of thought went into creating this enchanting camp: On the south bank of the Kazinga Channel in the Kyambura Game Reserve, each of Honey Bear’s 5 beautifully appointed tents is set up to take in the views of the channel. You’ll wake up to hippos splashing in the water, or better yet, herds of elephants coming down to swim.
A large, airy mess tent with a dining area and sitting room delivers the comfort one expects from a Wildplaces property. Honey Bear is currently the only camp inside the entire reserve and is accessible by boat – privacy and exclusivity are second to none, and the magic of the bush is truly celebrated.
As We Begin Curating our new journeys for 2024 and 2025, you will be seeing Honey Bear Bush Camp in your travel plans coming forth, Wildplaces Africa our Trade and Lodge partners have spearheaded luxury lodge brands in Uganda and have their focus on a community perspective of operation which is the greatest pillar of conservation in Africa.
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