More about Kyaninga Lodge, near Fort Portal

Steve Williams, the owner of Kyaninga Lodge, has sent us the following blurb:

“Perched on the rim of an ancient volcanic crater lake with spectacular views of the Mountains of the Moon in the distance, Kyaninga Lodge offers the ultimate luxury experience of one of Uganda’s most beautiful locations.

Raised on stilts and entirely built from hand carved eucalyptus logs, the main lodge is a stunning engineering achievement, as are the eight beautifully appointed thatched cabins with their private terraces, soft bedlinen and pillows, and exquisite Elgon Olive and marble ensuite bathrooms.

With international standard cuisine and professionally landscaped grounds featuring a swimming pool, terraced lawns, grass tennis court and croquet lawn, no expense has been spared to ensure guests enjoy their stay in ultimate comfort and style.

Should the troops of monkeys, abundant birdlife and thousands of butterflies leave guests wanting for more wildlife, Kyaninga Lodge is conveniently located just forty five minutes from Kibale Forest National Park, Africa’s premier chimp tracking destination.”

If you want to read more about this lodge near Fort Portal, or see some tempting pics, check out the website www.kyaningalodge.com

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One thought on “More about Kyaninga Lodge, near Fort Portal

  1. Adolf Muhumuza says:

    I’m Adolf,and I was so happy when I visited L.K,
    I couldn’t believe it because I was couple of years before..
    I leave in the next village,and I’m Professional Artist studying
    at Namasuba College of Art Kampala.I’m to drive to fort Portal
    In the next couple of weeks..Get me

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