Kabatoro Guest House Ltd is one of its kind, located near Queen Elizabeth national park main gate. It is exclusively established to provide accommodation and other hotel related services. These services may among others include; Digital Satellite Television,
Parking (Ample Parking & Camping Space)
Tours, Safaris and Travel, Secretarial & Internet Lounge services, Craft, Curio & Gift Shop, and Business.
Launch trips on Kazinga Channel down the shores of Lake Edward provide a unique vantage of viewing Savannah wildlife. A launch trip starts at Mweya the park headquarters along the Kazinga Channel, which joins Lake Edward and Lake George. Truly, this is among the most exciting and memorable experience offered by the park. While on the trip expect to be thrilled by yawning hippos and closer views of water birds along the shores.
In the Southern part of the park is the Ishasha sector where tree climbing lions may be found perched on Savannah fig trees. There is a high concentration of game in this Savannah setting that includes Lake Edward and the Ishasha River flats, and the Ishasha riverine forest. The hippo pools in the Ishasha River and Congo escarpment provides splendid scenery.
Tourism and Wildlife:
Queen Elizabeth National Park has one of the highest bio diversity ratings of any national park in the world, over 500 different bird species and about 100 mammal species.
The grassland plains supports a variety of animals which can be viewed from a vehicle on the network of tracks designated in the park. About 20 predators are found in the park such as lions, leopards, side stripped jackal and spotted hyena among others.
Common Antelopes species include the kob, bush buck, topi and water buck. Other animals which can even be found at mweya peninsular are;Buffaloes, elephants, warthogs and hippos. There are also various primate species are available in the park including chimpanzees, red-tailed monkeys, blue monkey, black and white colobus monkey, olive baboons among others. The Ishasha sector is famously known for its tree climbing lions and it is also known to host the world’s highest concentration of hippos.
Lions, Elephants, Hippos, Chimpanzees, Buffalo, Uganda Kob, Baboons
650 Bird species: the black bee-eater, 11 types of kingfisher, species of falcons, eagles, sunbirds, peckers, vultures etc.
Flocks of Flamingoes, Egrets, Pelicans
View Big Game by launch on the Kazinga channel between L. George and L. Edward.
Hospitable and friendly people and culture.

Available facilities for guests, 12 Self-contained guest rooms, Bar and Restaurant, and local cuisine, 2 Executive suites, Lounge with secretarial services & Internet. Campsite and ample parking space, clean dormitory with 20 beds, Gift shop, Tents and indoor Games.
The Guest House consists of Bed and Breakfast (B&B)’s, in short, and self-catering accommodation. Its establishment bases its success upon a foundation of four steadfast beliefs: •
. It’s welcoming
• Its staff hospitality
• The quality of its accommodation and,
• The Services it provides to its guests.
For details about booking

Contact Us
For bookings, please call:
Phone 1: +256-704-898146
Phone 2: +256-772-415571
E-mail 1: info.kabatoro@gmail.com
E-mail 2: dr.kihire@gmail.com
Plots: 1,3,17 &19 Katwe-Kabatoro, near L. Edward, and L. Katwe, Kasese Western Uganda encircled by Queen Elizabeth national park, UGANDA.
or at
Kampala Liaison office Situated on Plot 623 Ndejje on Entebbe Road.

Please Call: +256772415571
Phone 1: +256-704-898146
Web: http://www.kabatoroguesthouse.com
Or Email: info.kabatoro@gmail.com, dr.kihire@gmail.com.
“Be Our Guest”