Crater Bay Cottages

Address: 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 …

      Day 65: fly man

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Oct 07, 2014

      1 photo

      ... was explaining to us about how there is a pride of lions in the area and a resident leopard, we definitely stuck together on that walk. We also watched the most amazing sunset over the Serengeti and then sat around the roaring camp fire listening to the roaring lions and hyenas in the bushes around the camp. It was an early night tonight sleep zzzzz falling asleep to the sound of the animals is ...

      Day 61: African cup of nations, game one

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Oct 03, 2014

      ... liked the sound of walking to a lake that was apparently 30 mins away. Sounded like a relaxing place to spend the day, so off we went taking the shortcut route. Luckily for us, along the short cut through the fields and villages, Martha, the hotel lady, had called all her friends ahead of us, making sure they all pointed us in the right direction. We also had 3 local guides leading the way who were about 2, 4 & 5. It was a gorgeous walk but took twice as long as expected. ...

      Hippos came to camp...

      A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Aug 10, 2014

      We woke to a couple three tents down from us telling the group of the events from the evening...hippos came to camp. They woke to the grunts of hippos grazing a metre from their tent, which they then bravely ran to grab one of the security guards (who had been seen snoring while on duty). Ended up being 4 just outside all of our tents. Lucky we didn't get trampled. It wasn't the last hippo ...

      Mzungos in the mist

      A travel blog entry by alura on Jul 22, 2014

      40 photos

      ... in that is consisted mainly of bamboo, the main food source for the golden monkeys. We wandered through the tall stalks of bamboo for about half an hour before we came to a clearing with a little grassy knoll at it's centre. There we stood. At least for the first 30 minutes. After that slowly but surely everyone began to sit down. Our eyes getting sore from scanning the treeline for any sign of life. By about 2 hours in, everyone who remained (some had to turn back ...