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While travelling in the Queen Elizabeth area, we stay at Katara; this lodge even if located in a very depressed and agricoltural area, confirmed to be an excellent location.
Very confortable tentet-villas, very spacious, with amazing panorama on the park; quite funny the alternative 'on...More
A lovely, comfortable, well maintained lodge with spectacular views of the savannah of Queen Elizabeth National Park. The staff were friendly and professional and the food very good. The whole ambience was great. The owner was on hand in the evenings and happy to engage...More
stayed at Katara Lodge for 3 nights on the 10th,11th and 12th July 2014. and as soon as we arrived u could tell that this lodge was run very well... the staff were all very welcoming and professional and well trained...the whole complex is clean...More
We stayed two nights in June while visiting Queen Elizabeth National Park. Not the closest to the park, but the views, staff and food service are excellent. The swimming pool overlooking the valley is beautiful. Slept under the stars on the deck and it was...More
Hidden away (careful not to miss access track) but *stunning* location on ridge overlooking the QE National park. Excellent food - even the kids enjoyed - lovely traditionally built lodges, great BBQ area and pool, good bar. Most important though was excellent service. Really went...More
As the lodge runs mainly on lolar power, the loads in the cottages are limited to 600W, enough for charging gadgets and powering light. If you connect a hairdryer (which generally draw around 2000W), it will trigger a... More
As the lodge runs mainly on lolar power, the loads in the cottages are limited to 600W, enough for charging gadgets and powering light. If you connect a hairdryer (which generally draw around 2000W), it will trigger a circuit break in the cottagd. If a hairdryer is needed, you can only do this in the office of the manager.