The only lodge in the remote Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park, Ishasha Wilderness Camp is the perfect base for relaxed game viewing in an idyllic setting. Based along the Ntungwe River the lodge prides itself on its flexibility – meal times vary according to the activities guests are enjoying, and bush breakfasts and dinners by the river are as common as meals based in the main communal area. The whole lodge is unfenced meaning wildlife is free to wander through, so guides are available to escort you to and from rooms when larger animals are around. The ten spacious rooms all have ensuite bathrooms with bucket showers and flushing eco-toilets. Ishasha Wilderness Lodge is ideal for guests coming from Bwindi, and while you can use it as a base to explore the further aspects of the park like Kyambura Gorge, we suggest concentrating on game drives here (including looking for the famous tree-climbing lions) and combining it with a stay at a lodge in the Mweya sector to avoid spending a long time transferring between areas.