The Affordable Isunga Lodge overlooking Kibale Forest and beyond
Isunga Lodge – Chimpanzee Trekking – Hiking – Biking – Nature Walks – Crater Lakes
Isunga Lodge overlooking Kibale Forest is one of those finds for those on Safari in Uganda and visiting Kibale Forest for Chimpanzee Trekking or an all-day Chimpanzee Habituation Experience in the majestic rainforest – jungle called Kibale.
5 en-suite cottages where you can spend a few days while chimpanzee trekking in nearby Kibale Forest. Hike or bike around some of the scenic crater lakes, explore the nearby villages, tea plantations, vanilla plantations all while staying in one of the comfortable cottages with splendid views of Kibale Forest and the Rwenzori Mountains beyond. We would love to add staying at the Isunga Lodge while on Safari with us.
Isunga Lodge overlooking Kibale Forest which is where the Central African Jungle meets East Africa. It is one of the best examples of a jungle in Uganda. From your cottage you can see the mist rising over the tropical jungle as you partake in a cup of coffee made of Arabica Beans from the coffee plantations in the foothills of the Mountains of the Moon.
The lodge is located on a ridge with great views all around. Even though is it a newer lodge in the area, it already is receiving great reviews for its affordability, quietness of comfort, excellence of service and its creative meals that are prepared for guests.
You are a mere 20 minutes from the Kibale Forest Park Headquarters located in Kanyanchu. A couple of hours away from the foothills of the mountains of the Moon, Queen Elizabeth Park and the scenic Semliki Valley.
The rates offered by the Isunga Lodge overlooking Kibale Forest are in the lower moderate range giving the lodge affordability and value plus. The plus being the care given to guests who stay at the lodge.
If you like to stay at the Isunga Lodge overlooking Kibale Forest – Please let us know.
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