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  • If the log cabin of your dreams appeared in real life it would be Kyaninga Lodge. Kyaninga Lodge was built by Steve Willams, a British ex-pat. He trained Ugandans in woodworking skills and together they built the lodge beam by beam.

    This luxury lodge is surrounded by the gorgeous Kyaninga Lake. Play tennis, take a stroll around the lake, or walk down to the dock to lay out. The lodge takes pride in training their staff from chefs to masseuses.

    In addition, Kyaninga Lodge gives back to the community through the Kyaninga Early Development Center, which works with children with disabilities. Stop by the Kyaninga Dairy shop or participate in a number of events: Kyaninga Marathon, Triathlon, and Kyaninga Can Dance. Don’t forget to stop by their furniture showroom when you’re in Kampala.

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  • 1 Review on “Kyaninga Lodge”

    1. Tiffany Tai Post authorKyaninga Lodge
      Overall Rating:
      5
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      This place was one of the most amazing lodges I’ve ever seen and totally unexpected in Uganda. You can choose to either visit for the day or to spend the night. It’s pricey ($250USD+) but it’s worth it. The rooms are gorgeous and the food amazing. All of their chefs train with professional chefs and it’s the only place in Fort Portal where you can get such delicious, quality Western food. When strawberries are in season, they even make fresh strawberry ice cream!

      The lodge also built a dock at the base of the lake where you can relax. I hear that they now have a kayak down there as well but don’t quote me on that. There are trails around the lake and lots of events hosted by the lodge to support its Early Development Center for children with disabilities.

      Absolutely worth visiting and spending the day. Be sure to stop at the lodge for a drink or two before leaving to see how amazing the lodge is.

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