Apoka Safari Lodge

Location: Kidepo Valley National Park

Apoka is located on a picturesque kopje overlooking the Narus River valley in the remote and beautiful Kidepo Valley National Park. The Park itself is located in far northeastern Uganda, bordering Sudan to the North, the Napore Mountains to the West, and the Morungole Mountains to the South. The Kenyan border is just 5 kilometers from the Park’s Eastern boundary. At the crossroads of Kenyan, Sudanese and Ugandan ecosystems, Kidepo provides an amazing wildlife experience in a remote and pristine wilderness. Apoka Lodge is relaxed and a very remote location of the park which provides a quiet, private and fulfilling experience.

Room Description

  • Apoka contains ten separate cottages, each self-contained and including indoor showers and outdoor bathtubs, as well as a veranda for relaxing and enjoying the view. Our cottages are ideal for honeymooners.

Activities At The Lodge

  • Picnics and private dinners
  • Community tours to the local community and the Batwa
  • Game drive
  • Night game drive
  • Walking safari
  • Bird watching
  • Visits to the local village
  • Karamajong dance performance

Responsible Travel

  • All community activities help support the surrounding communities.
  • Tours help support the culture and livelihood of the Batwa people.

Contact

Tel:
+256 772 707 007
Email:
info@wildplacesafrica.com
Web:

www.wildplacesafrica.com/

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Price:

Twin: E. African resident/ child supplement: $244/$100, None residents/ child supplement: $295/$100 
Single: E. African Residents/ child supplement: $450/$150, None residents/ child supplement: $630/$150

Birdnest at Bunyonyi Resort

Location: Lake Bunyonyi, in South Western Uganda, Kabale District

Our resort is located right on Lake Buyonyi. Guests can sit back and relax surrounded by the gorgeous scenery and countryside or partake in the ample cultural, natural and eco-tourism activities offered through the lodge. We also organize relaxing day-trips in the local district to allow guests to discover exclusive local spots and interact with the local people and nature. Tourist can meet the local community for a truly authentic Ugandan travel experience.

 

Due to our concenient location, we can arrange trips to Bwindi Impenetrable and Queen Elizabeth National Parks, or even a day trip to Rwanda.

Room Description

Each room contains a fireplace, hot water and cable/satellite television. All room rates include breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Lodge Amenities

  • On-site restaurant and bar
  • Tour/ travel desk
  • Conference facilities
  • Laundry/ dry cleaning services
  • Pool
  • Library/ reading room
  • Souvenir/ gift shop

Activities At The Lodge

  • Bird watching
  • Motorboat trips with guide
  • Canoe hire (with or without guides)
  • Fishing
  • Swimming in the pool or lake
  • Visiting hot springs
  • Visiting local community with guide
  • Visiting one of the many Islands on the lake
  • Sailing
  • Visiting Kisizi Falls
  • Percussion workshops

Responsible Tourism

  • We encourage guests every Monday and Friday to visit the local market, a short walk from the Birdnest Resort. The market offers mainly fresh fruits and vegetables and some local made handcrafts, as well as second hand clothing. This way tourists can meet the locals, support the economy and get a real sense of Ugandan culture.
  • We employ local staff and offer them extra training and courses to help their professional development. Almost all our staff come directly from the surrounding areas.
  • We purchase locally grown food from the local market and communities. We also buy crafts, lodge décor and furniture from local craftsmen and carpenters.

Contact

International: +256 754 252 560
Mobile: +32 498 104 303
Email: pablo@birdnestatbunyonyi.com
www.birdnestatbunyonyi.com

Price

  • Standard double or twin room self contained with lake view and balcony US $110
  • Standard twin room with bathroom, balcony and lake view US $100
  • Standard room, self contained, mountain view US $90
  • Executive or family suite with bathroom, balcony, sitting room and lake view US $150
  • Deluxe executive room, self contained with lake view and veranda balcony US $130
  • Extra single bed: US $25
  • Camping in own tent: US $9, Birdnest family tent: US $15

         

Mount Gahinga Safari Lodge (Volcanoes)

Location: Bordering Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

This lodge is “located in a stunning location at the base of brooding volcanoes” (Lonely Planet).

Mgahinga Gorilla National Park is home to mountain gorillas, rare golden monkeys, the extinct Virunga Volcanoes, atmospheric bamboo forests and the sacred Ngarama Cave – once home to the King of the Batwa Pygmies. After a thrilling day of mountain climbing, wildlife watching or

cultural trekking there is no better place to relax than Mount Gahinga Lodge.

With a warming open fireplace, massage room, delicious three course meals and blissful views of the mighty volcanic peaks, this lodge is a wonderful place to recuperate after your Ugandan adventures!

Guests are guaranteed a great night’s sleep in our comfortable private cabins, surrounded by beautiful gardens and terraces to make the most of the views and native birds and butterflies.

We look forward to creating a unique and memorable holiday for you!

Lodge Amenities

  • Restaurant and bar
  • Open fireplace
  • Laundry service
  • On-site wildlife viewing
  • Outdoor sitting area for birdwatching, surrounded by wild plants
  • A sunroom facing the volcanoes
  • Solar power

Room Description

Mount Gahinga Lodge’s eight attractive bandas are nestled in the wild gardens at the foot of the Virunga Volcanoes.

All bandas have their own patio seating area, as well as private bathrooms with composting toilets and bush showers, which are filled with hot water upon request.

Lighting is solar powered, making them extremely environmentally friendly.

Activities At The Lodge

  • Guests can spend the day climbing the Muhavura Volcano. (Elevation 4137 m) Its name means “the guide.” The typical cone-shaped mountain provides some of the best views in the country. Much of the climb passes a rocky surface covered by grasses and small shrubs. Once at the top, hikers are rewarded with the view of the Virunga Volcanoes, Lake Edward in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Bwindi, and the peaks of Rwenzori Mountain. The hike takes approximately 8 hours (round trip covering 12 km).
  • Guests can spend the day climbing the Gahinga Volcano. (Elevation 3473 m) Its name means “small pile of rocks.” A hike, which takes you about 6 hours round trip goes through a good example of a pure bamboo forest. Gahinga once had a crater lake on top but time has changed it into a lush swamp. (Distance to the swamp is 8 km.)
  • Guests can go on a nature walk along the Congo/Uganda border (visa not required). This hike takes you first toward Sabinyo. The trail climbs up the base of Sabinyo for a while through fine montane forest before turning toward the Congo. Along the way you will get a great view of Sabinyo’s gorge and peaks. Upon reaching the Congo you cut back along the international border. The return leg to the park headquarters is a great section for birding. The two rest huts along the way are good places for a break. Look closely for the golden monkeys and signs of elephants. (Hiking time is 5 hours and distance is 10 km.)
  • Guests can visit the rare golden monkeys in Mgahinga National Park. They can spend one hour with the golden monkeys – less famous but rare and equally deserving of protection. Golden monkeys are found only in the Virungas and in one other forest in Rwanda. 
  • Guests can go birding in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park which is blessed with a unique bird fauna; 79 bird species have thus far been recorded within the park including several species endemic to the East Congo Montane region. For the Virunga Conservation Area as a whole, over 295 species in the Virungas are endemic to the Albertine Rift Afromontane region representing 59% of the total of known endemic species. 
  • Guests can visit local communities and schools, a 2-3 hour walk. The walk is not that strenuous, through local villages where stops can include a basket maker, blacksmith, and school. 
  • Guests can take part in a full day Batwa pygmy experience. This cultural walk starts at a base camp, which is situated 30 minutes from the lodge. Members of the Batwa community and Ugandan Wildlife Authority guides take you through the dense forest and educate you on the Batwa ways of life. You will see traditional dwellings, shoot with bows and arrows, learn about medicinal and edible plants, and visit the Garama Cave for a song and dance performance. 

Responsible Travel

Composting toilets, bush showers and rainwater catchment sytems preserve water supplies. Solar electricity is also used, and the wildflower area has been left to attract birds and other wildlife.

The Volcanoes Safaris Partnership Trust receives $100 from every safari and has purchased school roofs and water tanks, and made donations to hospitals

Contact

Tel:
+256 (0) 414 346464/5
+256 (0) 312 263823
Email:
salesug@volcanoessafaris.com
Web:
www.volcanoessafaris.com

Price

All rooms are $350 US per person, full board.

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Ruhija Gorilla Safari Lodge

Location: Ruhija amidst Bwindi forest

Ruhija Gorilla Safari Lodge is a beautiful luxury safari lodge that provides guests with the finest hospitality, restaurant services, bar service and a wonderful bed in your own personalized cottage. The Lodge is located in Ruhija amidst Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, a magnificent verdant swathe across the steep slopes of the Albertine Rift Valley. This ancient rain forest is one of the few in Africa to have flourished throughout the last ice age; it is home to more than half of the world’s 700 surviving mountain gorillas.

Ruhija Gorilla Safari Lodge is a unique luxury hotel that welcomes you with the breathtaking scenery of the forest and its tranquility – a home away from home to enjoy the melodies of insects and birds and the surprise visits of monkeys and even gorillas.

The lodge has carefully designed rooms to blend the natural environment with luxury and hospitality. Our cottages are well equipped with comfortable beds and furniture and well designed to maximize your comfort. The bathrooms are fitted with hot and cold water and every detail has been taken care of to assure the absolute comfort of guests.

Lodge Amenities

  • On-site restaurant
  • Tour/Travel desk
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry/Dry Cleaning
  • Gift shop
  • Library/Reading Area
  • On-site Bar
  • On-site wildlife

Room Description

All rooms have a fireplace, TV, hot water and a private bathroom.

Activities At The Lodge

  • Gorilla tracking: Venture into the forest and listen to them grumble at each other and marvel at the sheer size of the dominant males.
  • Bird watching: The forest contains 23 endemic birds.
  • Forest walk

Sustainability Efforts

  • We encourage every group or individual to plant a tree at the lodge, or to water the seedlings.
  • Tours include Batwa cultural performances where tourist can see cultural displays and samples of handicrafts

Contact

Tel:
+256 414 503 065
Website:
www.gorillasafari.travel
Email:
reservations@gorillasafari.travel

Price

  • $100-$199
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Gorilla Safari Lodge

Location: Nshongi, bordering Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Gorilla Safari Lodge is a luxurious lodge tucked away at the boundary line of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest – home of the endangered mountain gorilla. It is the ideal base from which to trek the Nshongi group of Gorillas, the biggest group ever habituated.

The lodge offers accommodations in eight en suite cabins with individual verandahs allowing exclusive views towards the pristine tropical rain forest. The restaurant, bar, and comfortable lounge at the main lodge have large windows to allow guests to make the most of the view – and a fireplace to take the chill off the misty mountain air.

As well as gorilla tracking, we are ideally located for bird watching, hiking and cultural tours of the local community – or simply relaxing with a good book on your private porch.

You will feel on top of the world from your first gaze across the landscape that simply takes your breath away!

Lodge Amenities

  • Restaurant and bar
  • Tour desk
  • On-site wildlife viewing
  • Gift shop selling local crafts
  • Laundry service
  • Camp fire

Room Description

Reached by walkways along the hillside, these elegantly designed bandas offer comfort, style and privacy. All bandas have en suite bathrooms with hot showers and flush toilets, private verandahs and fireplaces for the refreshing mountain evenings. Suites and family cottages have seating areas by the fireplace.

Available rooms include:
  • Three double bandas
  • Three suites (double bandas with seating area)
  • Two family cottages with two twin rooms,
  • One twin banda

Activities At The Lodge

  • Gorilla Trekking
  • Community Walks
  • Guided Forest Walks and Bird watching
  • Waterfall tour in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
  • Volunteer Opportunities

Responsible Travel

  • Many vegetables served in the restaurant come from community gardens.
  • The Lodge started several vegetable gardens and have supplied seedlings – so that even during low season the community has a source of income.
  • They work with the International Gorilla Conservation Programme and the local community in workshops.
  • Local crafts are sold at the Lodge – all profits are returned to the artists.

Contact

Tel:
+256 414 345742, 0772 470260, 0712 470260
Email:
reservations@gorillasafarilodge.com
Web:
www.gorillasafarilodge.com

Price

  • Double banda: $300 US per room full board
  • Suite: $350 US per room full board
  • Family cottages: $500 US per cottage full board
  • Twin banda: $300 US per banda full board
  • Single guest: $200 US full board

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Clouds Mounta

in Gorilla Lodge

Location: Nkuringo, bordering Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Clouds Mountain Gorilla Lodge is Bwindi’s most exclusive and luxurious place to stay, with gorgeous architecture; indulgent three-course meals; roaring fires; Volcano panoramas; and attentive personal staff to ensure your stay at the Lodge is as memorable and enjoyable as your encounters with Bwindi’s mountain gorillas. Spacious villas nestled in the cloud forest have full-length windows to make the most of the spectacular scenery, and are serviced by your own personal staff member

Delicious meals include hearty breakfasts to prepare you for a day in the forest, and the well-stocked bar has enormous armchairs, cosy fires and free wifi so you can share your adventures with friends back home.

Clouds is owned by the local village, so you can be sure that your stay contributes to the wellbeing of the surrounding Bakiga and Batwa communities,which you can visit on one of our fascinating cultural tours.

Lodge Amenities

  • Restaurant and bar
  • Wireless internet access
  • Large lounge with fireplaces and sofas
  • Massage spa
  • Curio shop

Room Description

Clouds Lodge comprises eight stone villas, two of which are double-roomed family suites. Villas have a patio area, private garden lounges and double-sided fireplaces. Family suites have one double and one twin bedroom, and a communal lounge area with an open fireplace. Each bedroom has its own spacious en suite bathroom.

Responsible Travel

Clouds supports the Nkuringo Conservation and Development Foundation, and runs community tours to support and educate both the local people and visitors. The village tour provides an insight into Bakiga and Batwa life, and proceeds are returned to the community. So far, Clouds has supported chicken and pig farming and vegetable garden projects.

Contact

Phone:
+256-414501866
+256-772657700
Website:
www.wildplacesafrica.com
Email:

info@wildplacesafrica.com

Price

Twin: E. African resident/ child supplement: $315/$150, none residents/ child supplement: $470/$220 Single: E. African Residents/ child supplement: $455/$150, none residents/ child supplement: $700/$220 Laundry and wifi are included in the room rate.
  • Activities at the Lodge
  • Village Walks to Bakiga or Batwa communities, $15
  • Evening dance performances by a local groups, free
  • Buniga forest walk with trained naturalist guides, $15, or $35 with a picnic lunch
  • Bird watching, $65
  • Photography tours, $40

Supported by

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Volcanoes Safaris Kyambura Gorge Lodge

The Gorge is almost at the geographical centre of the Greater Virunga Landscape, at the heart of the Albertine Rift that straddles Uganda, Rwanda, and the DRC. This landscape is one of the most important areas for avian, primate and wildlife biodiversity in Africa. The original Volcanoes site for the lodge, adjoining the Gorge, was about 25 acres. We have since increased it to about 60 acres in order to protect the neighbouring areas of the Gorge and create a buffer zone.

Lodge Amenities

  • On-site restaurant
  • On-site bar
  • Library/reading area
  • Laundry/dry cleaning
  • Gift show
  • On-site wildlife viewing

Coming soon:

  • Conference facilities
  • Internet access
  • Pool

Room Description

Eight private bandas with private bathrooms and hot water heated by solar energy. Room rates include a complimentary massage and alcoholic beverages.

Activities at the Lodge

  • Kyambura Gorge Women’s Cooperative – visit the coffee plantation and processing plant sponsored by the Volcanoes Safaris Partnership Trust.
  • Empundu Playground – visit the local playground provided by the Volcanoes Safaris Partnership Trust. Football and Netball played here daily.
  • Visit to a demonstration garden built and run by the Volcanoes Safaris Partnership Trust – used to educate locals on how to plant and harvest vegetables and fruit.
  • Other activities at the lodge include: community walks, wetland walks and birding. When on safari with Volcanoes Safaris, the game drives and chimp tracking are also included.

Responsible Travel

US $100 from each Volcanoes Safaris trip goes to the Volcanoes Safaris Partnership Trust. This trust has helped the local community through the following activities:
  • Kyambura Gorge Women’s Cooperative – coffee plantation and processing plant sponsored by the Volcanoes Safaris Partnership Trust. This offers woman the opportunity to grow and harvest coffee using VSPT facilities. They have access to over 1000 coffee trees and a processing station. The VSPT buys coffee from the women as a way to support their co-op.
  • Empundu Playground – local playground provided by the Volcanoes Safaris Partnership Trust.
  • Demonstration garden built and run by the Volcanoes Safaris Partnership Trust – used to educate locals on how to plant and harvest vegetables and fruit sustainably and use organic pesticides. 
  • The Omumashaka Community Performance Group – consists of five tribes who regularly perform educational plays about conservation and AIDS awareness to Volcanoes Safaris clients and the community.
  • We have also purchased a site of  illegal brickworks which has been converted back to wetland, and are now training local community members to become birding guides. 

Sustainable and Green Practices:

  • Solar lighting is used throughout the lodge
  • We source food from local communities, and teach the communities how to provide for all the nearby lodges.
  • We recycle all plastic bottles by using them for storing and selling the coffee made on the land
  • The lodge built from mainly local materials

Contact

Tel:
+256 (0) 414 346464/5
+256 (0) 312 263823
Website:
www.volcanoessafaris.com
Reservation Email:
salesug@volcanoessafaris.com

Price

  • Single Banda $400 per person
  • Double Banda $800

All prices are in US dollars, and include breakfast, lunch and dinner and a complimentary massage. Children under 2 are free, children aged 3-12 are charged 50% of the adult rate.

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Mweya Safari Lodge

Location: Queen Elizabeth National Park

Mweya Safari Lodge is located in Queen Elizabeth National Park, which boasts numerous unique attractions, in addition to game viewing and ornithology, which have become synonymous with the term safari. We believe beyond doubt that unique encounters always begin off the beaten track…

Each room at Mweya has a breathtaking view of the Kazinga channel. You can watch the forest hogs grazing the grass outside, as well as weaver birds at your table, mongooses playing together, and the odd curious hippo! Our cuisine is of the highest quality, presenting a range of exquisite continental, Indian and international cuisine.

For those who want to unwind and relax, what better way than with a massage in our new Health Club after a long day out in the game park? With an abundance of game and some of the best bird watching in Africa, Mweya Safari Lodge is the perfect place to start your journey of discovery.

Lodge Amenities

  • Restaurant and bars
  • Travel desk
  • Conference and board room
  • DSTV and Internet access
  • Shop
  • Pool, spa, gym and steam room
  • Fireplace
  • Laundry service
  • On-site wildlife viewing

Room Description

Rooms are decorated in “safari luxurious” style, and have electronic safes, telephones, balcony doors and fans. All rooms have en suite bathrooms with hot water.
In addition, deluxe rooms have air conditioning, while the luxurious suites have living rooms with sofa beds and a mini bar.

Activities At The Lodge

  • Game drives and nature walks
  • Kazinga Channel cruise
  • Wellness activities and yoga
  • Bird watching
  • Bush breakfast
  • Cultural performances and local village walks

Responsible Travel

Contact

Marasa Africa.
Plot 96-98 5th Street Industrial Area
P.O.Box 22827 | Kampala | Uganda
 
Ph: +256 (0) 312 260260/1
Ph:  +256 (0) 414 255992 
Fax: +256 (0) 312 260262
reservations@marasa.net
mweyaparaa@africaonline.co.ug

marasa.net
 
Prices:
  • Single: $180
  • Double $320
  • Deluxe double$360
  • Suite$395
  • Tent for 2 Pax- $360 – $395
  • Cottage for 4 pax- $675- $955
  • Royal Cottage: $590, Presidential Cottage: $780, Queen’s Cottage: $840 (per person)
1-2 children sharing with adults pay $50USD full board per child, or $75 in a room of their own

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Kyambura Game Lodge

Location: Situated at the Kichwamba escapement on the eastern boundary of Queen Elizabeth National Park.

The lodge has been built using locally sourced, environmentally friendly materials that were fitted and made by local community workmanship. Accommodation is provided in seven spacious and tastefully designed self contained grass-thatched cottages, with views to the park, running hot and cold water and a private wooden balcony perched over the rolling savannah of Queen Elizabeth National Park. All cottages are located in a shrubbery surrounding which offers both environmental conservation and privacy for our guests. We have a swimming pool adjacent to the campfire where a local traditional dance is often performed by the Banyaruguru troupe.


Lodge Amenities

  • On-site restaurant
  • Tour/Travel desk
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry service available
  • Swimming pool
  • On-site bar
  • Library/Reading area
  • Souvenir/Gift shop
  • On-site wildlife viewing

Room Description

Our seven spacious and tastefully designed self-contained grass-thatched cottages have bath tubs/showers with views to the park, running hot and cold water, electricity and a private wooden balcony perched over the rolling savannah of Queen Elizabeth National Park. Rooms have an instant gas water heating system for our showers to save energy and wood.

Activities At The Lodge

During your stay at Kyambura game Lodge you can engage the following activities:
  • Game drives through Queen Elizabeth National Park
  • Launch trips on the Kazinga Channel
  • Chimpanzee tracking into the Kyambura Gorge
  • Walks in the world famous Kyambura Gorge
  • Forest walks into Maramagambo Forest
  • Superb bird watching
  • Community, village and crater walks

Sustainability Efforts

  • We aim to involve the community in our tourism program. We train comunity members in nature and cultural interpretation, handcraft production and overall guest relations. We also teach them to protect and preserve the area’s natural attractions.
  • 5% of our tourism proceeds are channeled back to provide sustainable management and the passing on of informal and formal education to local community groups.
  • We encourage the youths we train in nature and cultural interpretation and the elderly to share information regarding the culture and norms of their society. We provide allowances and meals at these meetings and work with them to developcultural trails that will increase the influx of both local and foreign visitors to the area.
  • We encourage homesteads to preserve utensils, tools and rehabilitate structures that are synonymous with their culture and tradition. These are always on show during tourist community visits

Contact

Tel:
(+256) 782 526636
(+256) 702 526636
(+256) 414 322789
Website:
www.kyamburalodge.com
Reservation Email:
reservations@kyamburalodge.com
marketing@kyamburalodge.com

Price

  • Double cottage per room (high season) Bed and Breakfast: $242 Full Board: $308
  • Single cottage per room (high season) Bed and Breakfast: $143 Full Board: $176
  • Double cottage per room (green season) Bed and breakfast: $165 Full Board: $231
  • Single cottage per room (green season) Bed and breakfast: $99 Full Board: $132

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Ihamba Safari Lodge

Location: Queen Elizabeth National Park

Ihamba Safari Lodge is situated by Kahendero Fishing Village on the shores of Lake George in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
It is the perfect location for those who want to experience the tranquility of unspoiled Africa, untouched by mass tourism. Ihamba Safari Lodge’s unique charm is in the atmosphere of intimacy and the welcoming surroundings provided by the friendly local staff.

Room Description

Ihamba Safari Lodge consists of 10 family cottages. Each spacious cottage includes a couch that converts to a double bed to accommodate children, as well as a large private deck for relaxing and wildilfe viewing. Maximum capacity is three adults, or two adults with two children under the age of 12.

Room Facilities:

• Private bathroom and shower
• Desk
• Drinking water

All guests enjoy the use of:

• Swimming pool
• Housekeeping and laundry services
• Access to high speed internet in all public areas
• Library
• On-site bar
• Ample and secure parking
There is also a stand-by generator in case of power shortages

Activities At The Lodge

  • Boating
  • Fishing
  • Walking safari
  • Bird watching
  • Visits to the local village
  • Crafts

Responsible Travel

  • We use local produce when available
  • We have opened a souvenior shop at the lodge for crafts
  • Our staff are local
  • We have local dancers for cultural performances
  • We employ local guides during village walks to provide information to the clients
  • We provide recycling bins for our guests to use
  • We use natural light in the lodge as often as possible
Contact:
Rashid Kiyimba

Tel:

+ 077 433 4655 

www.ihambasafarilodge.com

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