Enjojo Lodge

enjojo lodge


Enjojo lodge got its name when an elephant gave birth on the land during the construction of the lodge which means ‘elephant’ in Rukiga local language.


Enjojo Borders the Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park, Enjojo offers a relaxed and comfortable hospitality at a glance on 40 hectares of land amidst an acacia forest, lush vegetation, and scattered grassland with palm trees which enhances your stay at the Enjojo lodge


Enjojo lodge has a grass-thatched restaurant and bar, where you can enjoy a home away from homemade food from the organic garden while viewing the beautiful scenery of a small natural lake. Big herds of elephants, Cape buffaloes, warthogs, bushbucks, waterbucks, and antelopes.


Enjojo lodge always has regular visitors such as velvet monkeys, black and white colobus, and baboons, that have become residents. Enjojo has abundant birdlife, which makes Enjojo a dream environment for bird watching.


Enjojo lodge was constructed with local materials that blended with the surrounding environment, Enjojo lodge furniture decor has been hand-crafted by the locals and Enjojo is entirely solar-powered