Mutanda Lake Resort

Address: Kisoro, Uganda | Lodge
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      Travel Blogs from Kisoro

      Life at Bunyonyi

      A travel blog entry by birrell on Sep 19, 2014

      15 photos

      ... the Ugandan guy who MC’d the wedding reception. A fascinating guy – he manages another resort near Claire's. But he is is also an event organiser. Over dinner we learned of his plans to hold a music event rather like The Big Day Out. His will be called Burning Guns to celebrate peace in northern Uganda - his home area. He has booked a football stadium, expecting up on 40 000 to attend. A laugh a minute guy, who was dating a Swedish girl. We had ...

      Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

      A travel blog entry by natleith on Sep 10, 2014

      22 photos

      ... see the big silver back mate with the female. Apparently they practice too, as she wouldn't be able to get pregnant again as she still had a little one feeding. An amazing amazing amazing day i was absolutely exhausted but it was so worth it. We got back to camp around 4pm the other group had to trek for a massive 6 hours where we were only trekking for 2 hours. A very early night for everyone, i think a few of us were complete zombies. Tomorrow is a day of nothing!! ...

      Meeting the Queen

      A travel blog entry by alura on Jul 19, 2014

      23 photos

      ... drive right up to the lion while the occupants took photos with their little point and shoots, then continue on their way almost running over the lioness in the process. Rude is an understatement. Not only did they ruin our shots but they broke park rules and most importantly they disturbed the lions. National parks have these rules for a reason. Leaving the roads ruins habitats, disturbs the residents and could potentially injure or kill an animal hiding in ...

      Golden monkey trek

      A travel blog entry by barbara9909 on Jun 23, 2014

      31 photos

      ... dances and drumming. You meet in the same location as for Gorilla Trekking. You can also purchase sovenir tshirts, handmade gorilla wood carvings and other items. Rwanda has made this experience more organized but also, a bit more touristy. There was only one group of people going to see the golden monkeys. We had 10 tourists in our group. I think they permit about 15 people.

      Trackers are sent out a few hours ahead of the tourists departing, ...

      It's gorilla time!

      A travel blog entry by jacandpito on May 24, 2014

      19 photos

      ... prior. Over the years the gorillas almost became extinct by the effects of poaching, deforestation, farming and war. The work of Dian Fossey, amongst others, are attributed to saving the gorillas from extinction. Her book and the subsequent movie, 'Gorilla's in the Mist', raised the profile on the plight of the gorilla and now through tourism and wildlife conservation things are changing. The locals who previously poached the gorilla or unintentionally caught them in ...