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

    Reviewed by ricduncombe


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


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

    TripAdvisor Reviews Crater Bay Cottages Kabale

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Kabale

    Day 10 Africa

    A travel blog entry by adamjess on Aug 03, 2015

    8 photos

    Today we woke 5 and had brekky then left at 6:30 in a couple of jeeps and drove for about 30 mins to where got our tickets and got into our groups, Our group of 5 there was Darryl, Melissa, Emily, Jess and I. We stood around for about 20mins and watch a traditional dance then we went to our brief and it was starting to get really exciting after the brief we got back into the jeep and drove for about 40mins then got out and meet our porter they were all there for you service you pay them ...

    UEA Part 2- The Silverback Smack Attack!

    A travel blog entry by peteandal on Jan 13, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... fists).

    We had a really lucky hike, saw loads of chimps, blue monkeys, red tailed monkeys (the smallest of the monkeys there) and also more Columbus monkeys. We actually saw a clump of Columbus monkey fur on a path which Lawrence told us must have been pulled apart by chimpanzees! Grim.

    After our morning chimpanzee tracking and lunch we drove onto the next camp site where we would be staying for three nights- Bunyoni Overland Resort. We saw so many people along the ...

    OK! Visoke, time to climb a Volcanoe!

    A travel blog entry by paulb7 on Nov 11, 2014

    2 photos

    ... photographing nothing. He had carried
    up the hill 2 very large cameras and a tripod. Suspect he was in training to be
    an attenborough #allthegearnoidea

    The monkeys were
    good fun the humanoids even more interesting. One last thought- the jungle and
    bamboo forest are to coin a phrase 'impenetrable'. How anybody found the
    gorillas and monkeys in the first place is beyond me.

    Headed back to
    Kigali, then flew onto Joburg for the night.


    On Death...a somber but real fact

    A travel blog entry by kayaking_girl on Oct 14, 2014

    ... on Friday. Both of them had poor outcomes. Both of these mothers took natural products to start contractions early
    which Mary Ustas, one of the midwives, says tires the fetus out before true labour is ready to
    begin. Sr. Bena tells me there are only a few newborn deaths every quarter. The first infant was alive but clearly compromised, it didn't cry and was flaccid. It died a few days later at home. The infant on Saturday was ...

    Get me to the Church on time

    A travel blog entry by birrell on Sep 07, 2014

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... time we had discovered we were to be seated at the top table so my fairly casual clothes were inappropriate. I compromised by finding a simple wraparound skirt, shoes to match my top and I had my blouse shortened. Warwick meantime had decided he might not be warm enough without a jacket, so found a smart grey second hand one.

    We ran in the drizzle, jumped the puddles that the dirt road was now full of, and waited for our other Ugandan friend from 2013 to arrive. ...