Located on the Great Rift Valley Escarpment at about 369km via Masaka Road and Mbarara – Kasese Road away from Kampala City and through a window to breathtaking magical African views lies Katara Safari Lodge. This lodge is perfectly decorated in eight thatched cottages and nestled in the lush blend of wonders, visitors are welcomed into a haven which, offer a sense of privacy and luxurious comfort, as you enjoy the tranquility of nature on a Uganda Safari and relaxing at Katara Safari Lodge.
Every moment in this Savannah land counts as you relax and enjoy the Katara Safari Lodge cuisine in the wilderness or sip a cocktail in this luxurious locality. The lodge is strategically situated just 16km from the Katunguru gate of Queen Elizabeth National Park offering excellent views of Lake Edward and the Virunga and Rwenzori mountain ranges beyond.
Katara Lodge is a window for those interested in chimpanzee tracking or primate tracking, talk of big numbers of black and white colobus monkeys, red tailed monkeys and olive baboons. And for birdwatchers, Queen Elizabeth National Park is an exceptional game park for large number of birds such as shoebill, African skimmer, African Broadbill among others. Here you can arrange for guided nature walks by well trained personnel, offering guests the perfect opportunity to adventure into the splendor of the most popular game park in Uganda.
Katara Safari Lodge has eight luxurious thatched cottages on a neatly beautiful stretch of hills overlooking the open Savannah of the game park in a peaceful and relaxing wilderness. The interior of these cottages has a modern finishing blended with the local wooden touch and the bathrooms are luxuriously fitted with romantic roll top bath providing a perfect way to unwind after a thrilling day on a safari tour through the park. You’re also assured of heated water in these cottages and this is done using solar thermal energy.
And all this makes Katara Safari Lodge a perfect oasis of excellence that will cool you off after a game drive under the hot African sun.