Crater Lakes Exploration Tour

Experience the breathtaking views of 9 crater lakes in the area.

Tour includes a visit to the crater lakes and lava pipe (called Mwitampungu which means a place that kills eagles) which is a volcanic hole that automatically sucks birds in flight and later releases them in an upward curve. We will also visit the local communities and several scenic view points.

Lonely Planet Guidebook recommends and describes:

A dramatic landscape of crater lakes cupped under steep hillsides, the area south of Fort Portal offers travellers a scenic retreat ideal for long walks and road cycling. Much of the land is cultivated, but primates and plenty of birds occupy the lake shores. Emblazoned on Uganda’s USh20,000 note, picturesque Lake Nyinambuga makes a worthwhile photo op.

Boda boda Tour

Experience Crater Lake Region on the back of a motorcycle known as a boda boda.

This motorcycle BODA BODA ADVENTURE includes a visit to 12 Crater Lakes, sight seeing with panoramic views, motorcycling through farmland with a variety of African food crops, and a visit to the lava pipe (called Mwitampungu which means a place that kills eagles).

Drivers drive carefully, they know the area perfectly, they know every turn and holes.

* The photographs were provided courtesy of the young artist Jan Sadkowski, and was a part of his graduate thesis. Photographs were taken in Rwaihamba.

Birding Tour

For bird enthusiast, we offer a birding tour in our local bushlands and around the lakes and swamps.

Recommend activity times are either 6:30am-9:00am or 3:00pm-6:45pm.

Kibale Region brings us closer to amazing bird life like: African Crowned-Eagle, Afep Pigeon, Red-winged Francolin, Black-billed Turaco, Narina Trogon, Black Bee-eater, White-headed Wood Hoopoe, Yellow-rumped Tinkerbird, African Pitta, Grey-winged Robin-chat, African Broadbill, Willcock’s & Thick-billed Honeyguides, Cassin’s Honeybird, Mountain Wagtail, Velvet-mantled Drongo, Petit’s Cuckoo-Shrike, Joyful & Honeyguide Greenbuls, Banded Prinia, Masked Apalis, Black-and-white Flycatcher, Pink-footed Puffback, Chestnut-winged Starling, Superb, Green-headed & Green-throated Sunbirds, Dark-backed Weaver…


Rwenzori Mountains Hotspring and Mini Hike Tour

The Rwenzoris are the legendary Mountains of the moon, a reflection of the mist-shrouded mountains of this rugged massif.

The tour starts with a 1hr 30min drive by car to the starting point of the foothills of Rwenzori Mountains. Hiking up into the mountain takes about 2hrs. We spend 1hr at the top, where we can relax in a natural healing bath in the hot spring and jump into the ice cold river just 6 meters away!

Enjoy a great view of the world around and below us, as you wait for a boiled egg snack cooked in the hot spring at 75 degrees Celsius.

The Mini Hike tour in the Rwenzori National Park includes a hike up to 3012 m above sea level.

Tour also includes visit to local communities go Bakonzo Tribe.

These mountains offer a unique and pristine landscape of alpine vegetation studded with charismatic giant lobelias, groundsels, and heathers which have been called Africa’s botanical big game. The combination of spectacular snow-capped peaks, glaciers, V-shaped valleys, fast flowing rivers with magnificent waterfalls, clear blue lakes and unique flora contributes to the area’s exceptional natural beauty.


*The history of this pictures goes back to 1938, when a group of Polish pioneers set out form Warsaw to explore the Rwenzori mountain range in Uganda.

We managed to get a hold of the original pictures they took during their trip, which we proudly representig on our walls of restaurant.