Ndali is a rustic and intimate lodge perched on the rim of an extinct volcano which, since its demise, has filled with water over centuries to become the vast Lake Nyinambuga in the Bunyaruguru Crater Field in Uganda.
The lodge prides itself on its informal, homely atmosphere which is enhanced by the staff who come from local farms and villages and are professionally trained by the lodge.
There are many activities on offer at the lodge and Ndali provides local guides for walks around the thousand-acre farm and to the Mahoma Waterfall, with the opportunity of spotting a large variety of birds, butterflies and primates along the way. There is also a two-person inflatable kayak available for excursions.
Informal, homely atmosphere with solar power
Lovely views overlooking the lake
Birding and guided walks to the waterfall
Cool off in the swimming pool
Enjoy freshly squeezed juices and homemade breads with wild Ugandan honey
The sitting room, reception and dining room open out onto views of the lake and comprise three thatched cottages connected by two open passageways, which fruit bats, owls and frogs also like to use as a highway to the crater lake! Relax in the double-volume sitting room decorated with comfortable wicker chairs, or out on the terrace taking in the marvelous views.
On sunny days, recline next to Ndali Lodge’s swimming pool and enjoy the endless views.