Mutanda Lake Resort

Address: Mutanda Road, Kisoro, Uganda | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Mutanda Road, Kisoro.
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    Travel Blogs from Kisoro

    The Place of Little Birds

    A travel blog entry by palmtreez87 on Feb 23, 2015

    10 photos

    ... extends north from Rwanda over 25 km, through the hills that separate Kabala from Kisoro. It is thought to have formed about 8,000 years ago as a result of lava flow from local craters which blocked off the Ndego River to create a natural dam. The lake has a surface area of about 60km2 and forms the core of a huge wetland ecosystem. It is at an altitude of about 1,900 meters but some of the surrounding steep terraced hills rise up to 2500m. It’s about 30m deep ...

    UEA Part 2- The Silverback Smack Attack!

    A travel blog entry by peteandal on Jan 13, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... for them to use a tree to propel themselves uphill when they're fighting other gorillas that are above them. After this charge they told us not to stand close to the trees when the gorillas are close and for the people at the back to catch up so gorillas couldn't come at us from behind. This was not reassuring as it was exactly as my sister said- they tell you this stuff after things have happened! I was still really excited though and the adrenalin was mad!

    We carried on ...

    Gorillas in the Mist

    A travel blog entry by familyhall on Dec 17, 2014

    1 photo

    Bwindi Impenetrable Forest covers the side of s steep mountain range which links the Congo and Ruwanda to Uganda. This area of rainforest lives up to its name, with steep climbers and very dense vegetation making it difficult to access. This may be why, along with Diane Fossey's work in bringing the preservation of the Silverback Gorillas to the public mind, this is one of the few ...

    The hills are alive with the sound of children.

    A travel blog entry by familyhall on Dec 16, 2014

    1 photo

    ... flat in this part of the world. Think terraced rice fields, tea planted on 20% gradient hills, intersected by rivers and ravines. So we hiked through this magnificent country where the local community as advertised in the name of the walk seem to appear out of every thicket, every banana tree packed m2 and every bend in the pathway and there are plenty. Every child shouts an excited "Hello" or the more ...

    Gorilla's in the mist, wrong no mist

    A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on Dec 04, 2014

    35 photos

    ... to 42 years old. We stood
    around watching them feeding, grooming each other and especially the
    kids playing together. At one point the oldest child , another
    silverback, ran at us. We had to stay still and as a result he ended
    up brushing against both our legs, that said the guides were telling
    us it was all OK and not to worry. Eventually they set off walking
    and we followed, ...