Option A: Lake front resorts
Fast forward, this colourful destination is in Kisoro District, within easy reach from both Bwindi National Park and Mgahinga National Park.
Caption for picture below: Lake Mutanda and Mgahinga National Park as taken from the locality why the lodge is found.
Every year, over 5,000 people from different corners of the earth travel to Uganda to spend at least one day in this lodge. One of the key reasons is it's views. For almost every turn, there is something astonishing. This includes views of Virunga-Africa's oldest Park, as found in Congo and, Uganda's smallest, Mghahinga National Park. You also get to feel the relaxing breeze of Lake Mutanda, one of Uganda's most scenic crater lakes. If you love swimming, don't hesitate to take a dive in it. It is free of Bilharzia.The lodge is sold out for much of the year, it's that good.
In my opinion, Chameleon is the most colourful lodge within easy reach from both Mghahinga and Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
The decor and architectural style of it's chalets are themed along a unique Euro-African style.
The wedding reception arena of the lodge is indoors and boasts of a cozy fireplace. It is suitable for small weddings and can accommodate 30 people.
The lodge has five chalets with twin beds and five with double beds.
Rates: Double/Twin rooms cost $ 250 in high peak seasons and $220 in low seasons. On the other hand, the single rooms cost $350 in high seasons and $320 in low seasons. Additional accommodation can be found in Kisoro town. For details, visit firstname.lastname@example.org / +256 771 979592