Safari Lodges in the Northern Region – Crater Lakes

Nyinabulitwa Resort and Safari Camp

Nyinabulitwa Resort and Safari Camp

Despite being an ideal sleepover point for travelers on Safaris to Kibale National Park, it also provides the perfect stopover point for tourists traveling to the western National Parks of Semuliki, Bwindi, Queen Elizabeth and Murchison Falls. The resort houses its guests in luxury cottages and offers a cheaper accommodation option in its Safari campground. The accommodation center offers modern amenities like modern restrooms, solar energy to light up the accommodation units and to charge your gadgets; and fine dining which also features barbeque. The lodge can be found just 20km outside Fort Portal town.

Rates per room per night

Cottage Without Terrace
Single Occupancy Per person70
Double Occupancy Per Person60
Triple Occupancy Per Person60
Cottage With Terrace
Single Occupancy Per person80
Double Occupancy Per person70
Triple Occupancy Per person70
The rates include breakfast for the cottages.Lunch per person  10 US$

Dinner per person 15 US$

Per person per night15

Child Policy

0 – 5 years of age              – Share with their parent(s) for free

6 – 12 years of age            – pay ¼ of all prices above

Children above the age of twelve (12) pay full prices.

Crater Valley Kibale (CVK) Lakeside Resort
Crater Valley Kibale

The Lakeside Resort is located 10km from the park’s visitor center at Kanyanchu and 21km from the town of Fort Portal. The resort’s many rooms include singles and doubles in the guesthouse which have en-suite private facilities. The campsite and cottages have outside facilities. From the resort’s premises, tourists can enjoy stunning views of snowcapped Rwenzori Mountains and Nyabikere Crater Lake (which in a local dialect means lake of frogs) along whose shores it is located. The resort served by piped water which serves the modern shower rooms, modern restrooms; fireplaces, electricity, conference facilities, and a wide and secure parking space. Meals and drinks are served by friendly members of staff at the lodge’s restaurant.

Lake Nkuruba Nature Reserve

This accommodation center offer accommodation in form of grass thatched bandas which have electricity powered by solar equipment and have the capacity to host up to five guests per night. They also serve delicious meals in a fine dining area. Security is top priority evidenced by the 24 hour surveillance technology. Pit latrines are also available on the lodge’s premises and they are artistically built in the African architecture. Lake Nkuruba Nature reserve is situated along the Rwaihamba road, just 18km from the town of Fort Portal.