Little Elephant Camp is a one of a kind tented experience in Queen Elizabeth National Park. The camp is nestled in the golden savannah grasslands on the boundary of Queen Elizabeth National Park. The foothills of the Rwenzori Mountains are the backdrop to the camp's stunning location. From your own private self catering tented glamping camp, you can enjoy views into the national park along with the various species of animals and birds that live in and around the camp. Little Elephant Camp gives its guests all the comforts and conveniences necessary to make your visit to Queen Elizabeth National Park a memorable one.
Little Elephant Camp has different private glamping camps which can accommodate couples, families and small groups. All of our glamping camps are private and have their own main tent with a fully equipped kitchen, dining and lounge area, solar lighting and USB charging facilities. The main tents have been designed with convenience and comfort in mind. The fully equipped kitchens are modern and well thought out, making it easy for guests to use and prepare meals. A daybed and modern safari chairs in the lounge ensure that there are adequate places for guests to relax. The sleeping tents have comfortable beds with quality linens to ensure a good night's rest. The en suite bathrooms have a flushing toilet, sink and a hot water outdoor star gazer shower.
What is Glamping?
Glamping is a fusion of the words "glamorous" and "camping". It is intended to describe a style of accommodation that has amenities that are generally not associated with traditional camping. At Little Elephant Camp we understand that many people want to experience sleeping under canvas in the African bush but don't want all the hassle of setting up tents, rolling out beds and not having access to toilet and shower facilities. Little Elephant Camp provides guests with the experience of sleeping under canvas without sacrificing luxury. Little Elephant Camp is Uganda's first glamping camp and it's more than just a place to stay....it's an experience!
Queen Elizabeth National Park
Queen Elizabeth National Park is located western Uganda. The 1,978 km² protected area is rich in biodiversity and home for over 95 species of mammals, more than any other park in Uganda. The park also boasts a prolific number of bird species, 612 in total. Queen Elizabeth lies on the floor of Africa's Western Rift Valley and stretches from the base of the towering Rwenzori Mountains in the north, to the Ishasha River in the south and is bordered on the west by the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Virunga Mountains. The proximity of Queen Elizabeth NP to the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park and to Kibale National Park makes it an ideal stopover in between trekking Uganda's primates. Queen Elizabeth National Park is also a convenient weekend away spot from Kampala. Queen Elizabeth NP is truly unrivaled and has so much to offer its visitors.