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If you are looking to really feel the seclusion and remoteness of the African outback then Ishasha Wilderness Camp is the perfect accommodation for you.
Located in a far-flung region of Queen Elizabeth National Park, this riverside camp features ten spacious tented rooms and is surrounded by nature.
Ishasha Wilderness Camp sits peacefully on the banks of the Ntungwe River and it's not uncommon to see elephants taking a dip or drinking from the river. Slightly further out you may see lions lazing in trees, buffalo or springbok in the open savannahs, and at night the tented rooms are filled with the sounds of the bush.
The tented rooms at Ishasha Wilderness Camp are simple but elegant, with private verandas and river views. It’s likely that hippos and elephants can be spotted from the verandas of some of the tents, while others offer even more privacy.
Each room has a king-sized bed with a draped mosquito net, an outdoor bathroom with eco rain shower and a writing desk. The rooms are designed to be simplistic but comfortable, with an emphasis on being in the wilderness.
The main camp area houses a dining area with covered and open-air seating, a bar, and a library with large sofas, decorative artwork and free WiFi. For those seeking a sense of the vast wilderness of Africa, Ishasha Wilderness Camp is ideal.
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