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

    Day 10 Africa

    A travel blog entry by adamjess on Aug 03, 2015

    8 photos

    ... they carry your bags but none of us needed one but one came with us they also gave us walking sticks which made it a lot easier, we started our hike to the gorilla we walked through a few farms and all the kids were yelling out and running over to us just to say hello then after 1 hour and a half we got to a stone wall and that marked the national park boundary. That is where all the local kids ran over to watch us and say hi we ended up getting a few pictures with them. Now we were ...

    Gorilla Trek

    A travel blog entry by brett_n_jen on Feb 06, 2015

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... climbing, trekking gorillas is the most physically challenging thing I've ever done. Just me, the guide,... my porter and a man with a machine gun! Just as I thought I couldn't take another step, I hear a crackle on the two-way and Ben, my guide turns to me and says,
    "We are close!"
    We get off the track (goat track) and go into dense forest - adrenalin the ...

    UEA Part 2- The Silverback Smack Attack!

    A travel blog entry by peteandal on Jan 13, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... so we cut into the valley and went downhill. On the way we could hear loud thumping really close. It turned out to be three guinea foul trapped in snares. Lawrence, like some sort of nature warrior, cut them loose and tried to fix one of their broken legs, it was so great! After a bit more walking we found them! We saw a few chimpanzees swinging in the trees, it was amazing! We followed them around for a while and did some serious bush bashing! We saw quite a few more and even a mum with ...

    Gorillas in the Mist

    A travel blog entry by familyhall on Dec 17, 2014

    1 photo

    ... Coast early, and received a slightly confusing briefing. Two trackers are sent ahead to where the gorilla were last sighted and they then follow the trail to find where the group have settled to eat for the morning. Depending on your luck you could have an hour trek or 7 hours... But the gorilla only move 1-2km per day so it can't be that difficult can it.? So off we go on pathways ...

    The hills are alive with the sound of children.

    A travel blog entry by familyhall on Dec 16, 2014

    1 photo

    ... of them. Captured and transported in old water bottles, then piled in front of houses with the whole family pulling off their wings before frying them in oil as a snack or main course with matoke, with many families with 8-10 mouths to feed, free and bountiful grasshoppers are an important protein source. The hiking was beautiful. The interaction with the locals enriching. Go do it...it's good for your body and your ...