A five to seven hours getaway from Kampala, Nature's Prime Island on Lake Bunyonyi is idyllic venue for you who are willing to enjoy the scenery and relax. It's also an ideal place for stay en route to seeing the famous mountain gorillas. We are located only about 50 miles from the Bwindi and Mgahinga National Parks.
it's one of the most activities at the lake. Mountain-ringed Lake Bunyonyi is renowned for its water birds, dense population of otters, its steep-sided shores and small islands. Lake Bunyonyi is a most interesting lake to explore, being of volcanic origin, the deepest in Uganda and having many islands.

is available from the island's shore and we do have a jetty for sun worshippers. Lake Bunyonyi is bilharzias-free, safe and unpolluted.

Bird watching:
Bunyonyi "the place of many little birds" is home to more than 200 different species of birds. At the Island, you wake up to the call of the nature (birds) and not from the city morning rush hour. If you are interested in making a shorter bird watching trip on a canoe, we offer you a guide to take you around to some of our secrets places to discover the bird life. A variety of birds including crested cranes, pelicans, kingfishers and other wild life including otters can be seen. The trip starts early in the morning, a round 6.30am and takes about 2-3 hours. On this trip, you will not only see beautiful birds but also the chance to see how local people live. A glimpse at others islands on the lake is part of the journey.

Hill Climbing/Treasure Hunting/Cave Treking:
Just a few meters away from the island, mountain climbing is good exercise and very rewording in terms of the wonderful views. You can also expect a warm welcome from local people who live in these high places.

Visit Batwa-Pygmies:
Situated at the geographical heart of the African continent, Uganda has long been a cultural melting pot, as evidenced by the existence of 30-plus different indigenous languages belonging to five distinct linguistic groups, and an equally diverse cultural mosaic of music, art and handicrafts. The country's most ancient habitants are the Batwa and Bambuti Pygmies, relics of the hunter-gathered cultures that once occupied much of East Africa to leave behind a rich legacy of rock paintings.
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