Simba Safari Lodge in Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda is a really nice place to stay.
No big luxury, but the place has a style and spirit that I very much liked, built with natural materials,
wood and stone, simple but nice, and very clean.
It is a budget lodge so it's not the big luxury but it's clean,quiet and the family cottage is big.
There is 5 beds inside + a baby crib. There is also a small sofa inside plus a nice veranda with chairs outside.
The location is perfect; really close to the Queen Elizabeth. The food was also good and i was amazed to see that it was always ready on time.
I also think it's a great value for the price
We stayed in a triple room (but just two people in), which was ok - plus all the rooms have a small terrace/verandah in front of them, where you can just sit and chill, which is very nice.
There's hot water, though the pressure in the showers is
relatively low, though that is understandable since they use a solar-pumping
The food was lovely (they somehow managed the omnipresent Ugandan vegetable curry thing taste different!), AND they cater for vegetarians.
My biggest praise, though, goes to the very friendly and agreeable staff, and the management.
Good budget safari camp, range of accommodations and pricing. Very clean and I was impressed with the enormous towels and linen, considering the price.
Would certainly stay again. Booking was messed up a little and communication by telephone a little taxing, but it was quickly remedied and I was very satisfied in the end.
Food great and beers reasonably priced.
On ordering food, we were given a time that our food would be served, and they almost made it to the second!
Convenient location for the park, just a few minutes drive away. Depending on your arrival time, it might be possible to save money on park fees by staying outside the park.