Overlooking beautiful mountains and lakes, Ndali Lodge is an authentic and charming escape in western Uganda with easy access to the Kibale Forest.
The main appeal of Ndali Lodge is its close proximity to the Kibale Forest National Park, home to the largest concentration of chimpanzees in Africa. But its location on a hilltop overlooking the Buyuruguru Lakes in Uganda’s volcanic crater region is one-of-a-kind. Reached by a twisting road that twists away from the local village, it’s perfectly secluded with just eight solar-powered stone cottages to choose from.
There are eight stone cottages available, sleeping up to 16 guests. Each room has a four poster king-sized bed or two queen beds, an en-suite bathroom with a shower and stand-alone bath. Each cottage is large enough to accommodate a family.