Rwakobo Rock or Eagle's Nest? - Accommodation at Lake Mburo
Replies: 3 - Last Post: Oct 22, 2013 6:13 AM Last Post By: kaz
Oct 21, 2013 7:18 AM
Rwakobo Rock or Eagle's Nest? - Accommodation at Lake MburoRwakobo Rock and Eagle's Nest:
Has anyone been at both of these lodges / camps at lake Mburo?
I'm trying to pick which one is more scenic and nicer. Mihingo is too expensive.
Other accommodation tips are also welcome, eg for Kisoro, Ssese, Fort Portal, Queen Elisabeth ...
Budget range is ... mid-range and around. Can be a basic cheapie if the surrounding is nice, can also be expensive (up to 250$ for a double maybe) at times.
I want to make my boyfriend love Uganda, and he's a bit picky with cleanliness.
Edited by: la_crisis
Oct 21, 2013 10:27 AM
Oct 21, 2013 11:36 AM
2OK, but in and around National Parks, it's not so easy - also, if we want a private bathroom that's clean and a terrace with nice views.
It's not only about cleanness; I just want him to enjoy the journey and relax in a nice place sometimes, and in an adventurous place some other times.
11 pounds accommodation are what I usually take when I travel alone ... ; this time I'm looking for mid-range accommodation that's worth the extra money.
Oct 22, 2013 6:13 AM
3All the rooms I had included a clean private bathroom (s/c means self-contained) and some of them had terrific views - here's a couple of examples to look at to see just how much you can get for very little money in Uganda.
the geodomes at Byoona Amagara, Lake Bunyonyi
the CVK Lakeside resort at Rweetera, near Kibale NP
the double banda at Amajambere Iwacu Community Camp, at the gate of Mgahinga NP
Better to splash out on something like private transport, or more activities, than on an expensive room, which is just somewhere to sleep after all.
Check out all our reviewed and recommended accommodation and book online.