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gorilla & chimpanzee trekking

With over 10 National Parks in Uganda, Rwanda and surrounding areas, we provide unforgettable experiences and guide you in various activities you may seek to explore!

Uganda Packages

honeymoon safaris & day trips

We offer a number of activities for honeymooners with great safaris, day trips and romantic settings for your enjoyment and relaxation after a "hectic" wedding!

Arranged Packages

• 8 days , Gorilla & Chimpanzee Trekking                | • 1 Day Tours
• 5 days Green Home Cottage Honeymoon, Fortportal    | • 10 days Rwenzori trip
• 4 days honeymoon package
• 3 days honeymoon package
• 10 days Rwenzori trip
• 8 days Mgahinga National Park exploration
• 10 Days, Wildlife tour in Uganda
• 1 day Kampala City tour
• 5 days Trip To Queen Elizabeth and Nyakasura Caves
• 4 days GORILLA TRACKING by flight p
• 5 days gorilla tracking
• Queen Elizabeth Tour
• 4 DAYS MURCHISON TRIP
• 3 DAYS safari TO BWINDI FOR GORILLA TRACKING
• 10 Days Uganda tour

About Lake Mutanda

The lake is located in Kisoro District in southwestern Uganda, approximately 20 kilometres north of Kisoro town, where the district headquarters are located. This location is approximately 454 kilometres, by road, southwest of Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city.The coordinates of Lake Mutanda are:01 14 06S, 29 40 12E (Latitude: 1.2350; Longitude: 29.6700). It is nestled in the foothills of the Virunga Mountain Range, at an altitude of 1,800 metres (5,900 ft). The three volcanoes within the range, that are partly located in Uganda, namely: Mount Muhabura, Mount Sabinyo and Mount Gahinga, can be viewed from Lake Mutanda. There are several islands in the lake. The lake is drained by the Rutshuru River, which flows northward to Lake Edward. The environment on the islands within the lake and the surrounding countryside includes lakeside forests and wetland habitats that provide a haven for the endangered mountain gorilla.In addition to the mountain gorilla and golden monkey in the nearby Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, the lakeside environment accommodates a variety of animal and plant species, unique to this area. Bird species include kingfisher birds, kites, ibis and Uganda's national bird, the crested crane. Weaver bird nests are a common site among the reeds along the lake shore.
In addition to the abundant and varied avian species, the lake shore supports several species of snake, chameleon, monitor lizard and frog species. There is a varied and abundant supply of insect life as well. The mammals unique to Lake Mutanda include the African clawless otter. Hippopotamus was endemic to the area, but were last sighted at Lake Mutanda in 1994.

Destinations

Visit up to 10 National Parks

With over 10 National Parks in Uganda, Rwanda and surrounding areas, we provide unforgettable experiences and guide you in various activities you may seek to explore!