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TravelPod Member ReviewsGolden Monkey Guest House Kisoro
Stayed here for a couple of weeks in december 2010, went to Rwanda for two weeks, missed Uganda so I came back. Still here in mid February 2011. Amazing staff, the best town in Uganda and even the friendliest dog.
Don't even consider anywhere else in Kisoro
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