Crater Bay Cottages

Lake Bunyonyi, Kabale, Uganda | Ranch
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This ranch is located on Lake Bunyonyi, Kabale.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCrater Bay Cottages Kabale

    Reviewed by birrell

    Lovely lake Bunyonyi

    Reviewed Jun 18, 2013
    by (5 reviews) Omokoroa Tauranga , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

    This is a beautiful place - stunning views over the lake, wonderful private spaces everywhere, modern, clean and a great restaurant.
    But the highlight for us was the wonderful friendly staff, led by a young lady, Claire who went way beyond what is expected to make our stay a great experience.
    If you are looking for something special, then look no further

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by ricduncombe

    Awesome

    Reviewed Feb 25, 2011
    by (6 reviews) Chelmsford , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Awesome

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Crater Bay Cottages Kabale

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Kabale

    Get us to the Church on Time.

    A travel blog entry by birrell on Sep 05, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos


    It wasn't just a song (or a joke)! Checking in at Jnb airport I discovered that
    I had only printed the visa document for one of us. Would we get to Rwanda to meet Claire, and attend her wedding? After some tricky negotiations
    the Rwanda Air staff let us on the plane – to be sorted out in Kigali! A
    fretful 4 hours passed …

    Gorilla Tracking Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

    A travel blog entry by dentalvagabond on Aug 13, 2014

    14 photos

    ... why it is actually called RAINforest. It was quite a downpour and didn't stop. Not really cool regarding the trek tomorrow... Dinner was served at 7:30 pm and the food was pretty good. I was kinda worried beforehand that it would be similar to the food served on the Kenyan safari, but no! Real good food and also enough, thanks to a 3-course menu. We had a beer (Nile Special - strongly recommended) before heading to bed. It was freezing. The temperatures dropped quite a ...

    Mzungos in the mist

    A travel blog entry by alura on Jul 22, 2014

    40 photos

    ... next to you for an afternoon snack of leaves. For that very short hour you become part of the family. The silver back was a little shy that day. When we did catch up to him he sat hiding his face while the 'kids' lept around him. It was hard to draw ourselves away when the hour was up. We made our way a little down the mountain before stopping for lunch, which for the most part was fairly quiet, everyone trying to absorb the incredible experience we had just ...

    It's gorilla time!

    A travel blog entry by jacandpito on May 24, 2014

    19 photos

    ... at this time and they jumped in fright as the big boy approached, which was a little disconcerting being the next one in line! As soon as he charged he just as quickly retreated and laid in a small opening with his back to us where we could he display his majestic beauty, in what appeared a snobbery format. It wasn't long until he moved away again and we had trouble keeping up. Next thing he was climbing up a tree out of view and we all became a little deflated ...

    A visit into the community

    A travel blog entry by madonthemove on Apr 11, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... hospital.through the tireless work of many. It services a population of over 100,000 people, many who walk for over a day to reach the facility.

    Most people who come for treatment are farmers or herders and whose families exist on less than $1. per day. They spend hours a day walking to collect firewood and water just to live. Malaria, malnutrition and HIV are ...