- Children Friendly
- Private Deck
- Swimming pool
FROM: R 2190 | USD $ 111 | GBP £ 90 | AUS $ 171 PPPN Sharing
The accommodation at the lodge includes nine individually-styled, comfortable rooms. The bedrooms are decorated in earthy tones with traditional Ugandan elements. The rooms are all en suite with extra-long beds and private verandas, offering guests spectacular panoramic views of the lake and the Mgahinga, Muhabura, and Sabinyo mountains.
The Lake Mulehe Gorilla Lodge lies in the southern sector of the famed Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, home to 80% of the mountain gorilla population in Uganda. With expert guides, visitors can enjoy the not-to-be-missed experience of tracking these magnificent animals in their pristine natural habitat. Don’t miss the opportunity to meet the habituated Rushaga and Nkuringo gorilla groups in the area
Adventure or Unwind
This scenic location above Mulehe Lake offers a wide range of activities for visitors to enjoy including exploring the stunning surroundings from the water on a scenic boat cruise. Other popular activities include hiking, walking tours, bike tours, enjoying themed dinner nights, learning about local culture, taking a cooking class, enjoying some local live music and performance or getting a relaxing spa treatment at the lodge.
When To Go
What We Love
Lake Mulehe Gorilla Lodge is eco-friendly, it is dedicated to the conservation of Uganda's natural and cultural resources. Visitors can look forward to immersing themselves in nature and enjoy the breathtaking experience of having a close encounter with a family of mountain gorillas.
- Condé Nast Traveller, Readers’ Choice Awards 2020: Top 20 Resorts in South Africa.
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- Travel + Leisure, 2020 World’s Best Awards: Top 10 Safari Lodges in Africa.
Where To Find Lake Mulehe Gorilla Lodge
This lodge is located in the Kisoro District in southwestern Uganda in the southern sector of the famed Bwindi Impenetrable Forest around 1793 metres above sea level.The UNESCO-listed Bwindi Impenetrable National Park boasts exceptional biodiversity, with more than 160 tree species and over 100 species of ferns. It is home to over 400 gorillas. Aside from gorillas, visitors home to an array of elephants, duikers, bush pigs, buffaloes, clawless otters, side-striped jackals, civets, bats and much more. Visitors can track gorillas in the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, spot golden monkeys in the nearby Mgahinga Gorilla National Park and enjoy an educational experience with the Batwa Pygmies.
Coordinates: -24.939838, 31.525770
Wildlife At Lake Mulehe Gorilla Lodge