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Located on the edge of an extinct volcano, Ndali Lodge is perfectly situated in Western Uganda. Set in the middle of a 1000-acre fertile farmland, it is also the home of indigenous trees, birds, monkeys and other endemic wildlife.
With eight cottages, spacious enough to accommodate families, one can settle into the tranquility of the area. The owners, Aubrey and Clare will be more than just hosts; they will make you feel like family. Even their three friendly lodge dogs are prepared to show you around the grounds or cuddle.
Soak up the advantageous views of both Queen Elizabeth National Park and Lake Nyminambuga from the convenience of your private verandah. But don’t admire the beauty from afar; follow one of the two the connecting passageways to the crater lake. Go for a refreshing swim or go kayaking on your own self-guided exploration. Then, end your day by watching the sun set behind the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains, from the convenience of your bathtub.
This is the perfect setting to delve into a digital detox and recharge via the splendour of the lush settings. Electricity here is all solar powered, while dinners are set aglow by candlelight. While mornings are just as invigorating watching the morning mist lift from the lake while you eat homemade bread with wild Ugandan honey spread.
An indispensable activity is the Chimp Trekking at Kibale Forest, which is only a 40-minute drive from the lodge. Other guests will also venture out on boat trips, visit Bigodi wetland sanctuary, go on guided walks across coffee terraces, banana plantations or simply chill by the pool.
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