Kibale Forest, Uganda
Ndali Lodge takes advantage of the wonderful scenery that this region of Uganda is famed for with breathtaking views over Lake Nyinambuga and makes the perfect base for chimpanzee tracking, being just 45 minutes from Kibale Forest National Park.
At a Glance
Incredible views over crater lakes
English Country House-style accommodation
The perfect base for relaxing after chimp tracking in Kibale
Take a walk around the 1000 acre farm
Situated in Uganda's tea-growing region - take a tour of a local plantation
To start planning your vacation to Ndali Lodge
Ndali Lodge has a scenic setting on an ancient volcano overlooking Lake Nyinambuga - highlighting the natural beauty of this region. The lodge has an English country house feel to it and this combined with the wonderful views make it the perfect base from which to explore the area.
The lodge is situated 45 minutes from the gate to Kibale Forest National Park, making it the ideal spot to stay for chimpanzee tracking as well as there being fantastic walking on offer in the area. Set on a working farm, it is also possible to go on tours as well as visit a local tea plantation.
Ndali Lodge makes the most of the fabulous setting with a veranda with direct views over Lake Nyinambuga and the Rwenzori Mountains that surround it. There is an equally impressive swimming pool, where you can relax and enjoy the peace. Accommodation in individual spacious cottages which have en-suite bathrooms - the bath is the perfect spot to lie back after a day trekking and enjoy the panoramic views.
Location & Directions
Kibale Forest, Uganda
Ndali Lodge is located just 45 minutes from the gate of Kibale Forest National Park, in western Uganda.
When to go
Uganda can be visited at any time of year. Most of Uganda enjoys the perfect tropical climate. Temperatures average about 26°C during the day and 16°C at night. The hottest months are from December to February.
It is generally rainy (particularly during the months of March to May, September to November), while the remaining months (December to February, June to August) comprise Uganda's two dry seasons.