If a ‘spa-fari’ is what you need, there’s nowhere better than Kyambura Gorge Lodge , all the eight spacious bandas are lavishly appointed. Kyambura Gorge Lodge boasts a choice of luxury bandas and a variety of unique experiences overlooking the famous Kyambura Gorge. This forest side lodge has great viewing year-round including the rolling savanna, the distant mountains of the moon (Mountain Rwenzori), and the sunken Kyambura Gorge.
The style is a gorgeous mix of traditional African craftsmanship with artisan touches and African simplicity. The eight open-style suites have thoughtful touches like huge picture windows, en-suite bathrooms room offer a flushing toilet, double vanity, and shower with hot and cold running water. Its eight exclusive bandas offer a variety of sophisticated styles, from traditional to contemporary with personal service.
In the main lodge, Wi-Fi is available to keep close contact with your relatives as well as posting memories, and ample areas to relax, enjoy a house beverage or socialize. Spa treatment is available and a swimming pool is an ideal spot to cool off on a hot Queen Elizabeth afternoon. Meals are prepared using the freshest local ingredients and served in the dining area.
The fabulous staff team – an extraordinary bunch of people – pride themselves on digging deep into each service so they can go above and beyond the call of duty to get you whatever is you need. From your arriving time up to your departure time, all with a superlative service that makes your stay a truly personal, unique experience, each and every time you spend at Kyambura Gorge Lodge.
Kyambura Gorge Lodge is the ideal location for tracking the lost chimps in the sunken forest of Kyambura Gorge nearby and game viewing in one of Africa’s most beautiful and varied parks, centered on the waterway of the Kazinga Channel where animals come to bathe. Better still, interested visitors can experience hiking to a waterfall as they also, take new walking safaris have been created around the lodge to experience the dramatic landscapes of Kyambura gorge and the Queen Elizabeth savannah, and visit a reclaimed wetland.