Gorillas (Lake Bunyonyi), Uganda
A small, but beautiful lake with steep banks and abundant birdlife, Lake Bunyonyi is circled by mountains and is most famous for it’s otter population and picturesque surrounds. We take this day to unwind in this magestic destination the evening prior to our final drive to the gorillas.
Lake Bunyonyi, or ‘place of many little birds’, is situated on the Rwandan border. At 25 kilometres long and 7 kilometres wide, the Lake spreads over 61 square kilometres, whilst it’s depth is said to deviate between 44 and 900 metres. It is one of the rare lakes in the area that is bilharzia-free and safe for swimming. All 29 of its islands are clustered in the central part of the region.
Accommodation: Two Per Room: Lake Bunyonyi Overland Resort
Facilities: En-suites Per Room Please visit the website of the accommodation provider for a full list of the facilities offered
Route: Kampala to Lake Bunyonyi ±420 km