Welcome to Enjojo Lodge, a hidden gem in a magnificent African wilderness. The birth of a baby elephant on the land during the construction of the lodge led to the name 'Enjojo Lodge', which means 'elephant' in the local Rukiga language.
Situated just 5 minutes away from the Ishasha entrance gate, Enjojo Lodge is the perfect base for visiting the Park to try to spot the famous tree climbing lions. Other mammals which may be seen on game drives include elephants, buffalos, hippos, hyenas and leopards. Common antelope species include cob, bushbuck, water buck and topi, which can only be found in the Ishasha plains.
The lodge is entirely solar powered and constructed with local materials to blend in with the surrounding environment. Most of the furniture and decoration have been hand-crafted by the local community.
The grass-thatched restaurant and bar serves homemade food from the lodge's organic garden, and have views of a small natural lake. Big herds of elephants, buffaloes and antelopes are regular visitors to the lodge while vervet monkeys, baboons and black and white Colobus monkeys have become residents. Not to forget the abundant birdlife, which makes Enjojo a dream environment for birders.
Enjojo Lodge has 7 luxury cottages. Each cottage has its own unique charm and character, and have an en-suite bathroom with a rustic outdoor shower. Four cottages are situated in lush vegetation with swaying palmtrees and are accessible by a wooden elevated walkway leading to and from the restaurant. Three cottages are overlooking an open grassland where elephants are regular visitors. From easy chairs on the spacious verandah, you can unwind, relax and enjoy the African wilderness.
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