Mutanda Lake Resort is located on the edge of Lake Mutanda in the shadow of the Virunga Mountains, situated between Mgahinga National Park and Bwindi Impenetrable National Park- the lodge offers access to both parks.
The resort is thoughtfully designed, extending gracefully into the expanse of Lake Mutanda. They have 17 cottages that prov…show more
Accommodation options at Mutanda Lake Resort
Mutanda Standard CottageMin 1 guest - max 4 guests12 Cottages
With uninterrupted views of Lake Mutanda, each of the standard cottages are built on a wooden deck and feature an en-suite bathroom and private balcony. Elegant…
from $ 225 / per-person-per-nightenquireIndoor ShowerEn-suite bathroomMosquito NetWiFiPrivate DeckSun Deck
Mutanda Luxury CottageMin 1 guest - max 4 guests5 Cottages
With uninterrupted views of Lake Mutanda and the Virunga Mountains, the 5 luxury cottages are built on a wooden deck and feature an en-suite bathroom and privat…
from $ 305 / per-person-per-nightenquireIndoor ShowerDouble VanityEn-suite bathroomBarMosquito NetWiFiSHOW ALL AMENITIES
Accommodation:Bed & Breakfast, Half Board, Full Board
Activities at Mutanda Lake Resort
Guided Nature & Community Walkmore info
Gorilla Trackingmore info
Guided Mutanda Island Tripmore info
Kayak, SUP, Canoemore info
Birding Tourmore info
How to get there
Mutanda Lake Resort
Mukozi Village, Kisoro
Check in at Mutanda Lake Resort
14:00 on day of arrival
Check out at Mutanda Lake Resort
10:00 on day of departure
Frequently asked questions
Are children allowed at Mutanda Lake Resort?
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We spent two nights at Mutanda Lake Resort. The views are excellent, the rooms are wonderful and super comfortable, the food and restaurants are wonderful. Had a really good time at this place, and I highly recommend this place as your base for Gorilla tracking in Bwindi.
We really enjoyed swimming and the food at the restaurant
Mutanda Lake Resort impact highlights
Mutanda Lake Resort tries to create as much impact as possible in the community. Most (90%) of their staff is from the community and they buy as much as they can from local farmers and traders. The resort offers community based activities to support the surrounding villages, and indirectly they help protect the conservation area in which the gorillas live. The resort makes a significant effort to minimize on plastic usage by offering clients filtered water and using solar power.