Our Camps and Lodges

Wild Frontiers is lucky enough to have properties in some of the most sought after destinations in Africa, and perhaps even the world. Our Uganda and Tanzania properties offer unrivalled comfort, while blending in to the beautiful natural environment that we get to call home.

Uganda Properties

Our Camps - Wild Frontiers - Ishasha Wilderness Camp

Ishasha Wilderness Camp

Perched on the banks of the Ntungwe River in South Western Uganda, Ishasha Wilderness Camp offers a luxurious escape in the animal rich Queen Elizabeth National Park in a region famous for its tree-climbing lions.

Buhoma Lodge - Our Camps - Wild Frontiers

Buhoma Lodge

The perfect place to base yourself for gorilla trekking, Buhoma Lodge is actually within the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park; one of Africa’s most untouched landscapes and an adventurer’s dream destination.

Hotel No 5 - Our Camps - Wild Frontiers

Hotel No.5

Hotel No.5 is Wild Frontiers’ newest property and offers a tranquil stay nestled in the leafy suburbs of Entebbe. Explore the town of Entebbe, relax by our pool or explore Lake Victoria from our boutique hotel.


Tanzania Properties

Serengeti North Wilderness Camp - Our Camps - Wild frontiers

Serengeti North Camp

The Northern Serengeti is the scene for one of the most amazing spectacles on earth, as millions of animals attempt to cross crocodile infested rivers to reach the northern plains. Our Northern Camp is perfectly positioned to see this amazing moment in nature from June to November each year.

Serengeti Wilderness Camp - Our Camps - Wild frontiers

Serengeti Wilderness Camp

Open year round, our Serengeti Wilderness Camp is positioned in the game rich Seronera region of the Serengeti National Park. Seronera is one area of the National Park that is always awash with game of all shapes and sizes; allowing us to welcome guests to our camp year round.

Ndutu Wilderness Camp - Our Camps - Wild Frontiers

Ndutu Wilderness Camp

Ndutu Wilderness Camp is located in the Southern Serengeti, near the Ndutu Plains and not far from Olduvai Gorge and Ngorongoro Crater. This area becomes the scene of the calving season in the Serengeti from December to March; which is when we set up our camp for guests.