HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO VISIT LAKE BUNYONYI-UGANDA
Lake Bunyonyi means "a place of many little birds" in Rukia and is located in south-western Uganda between the two districts of Kisoro and Kabale and close to the Rwanda border. Lake Bunyonyi is surrounded by 29 islands, such as Punishment Island, where the young girls would be dumped when they got pregnant before marriage; Bushara Island; two towns on its shores, which are Kyevu and Muko; and a residence for several little birds.
Top Things to do around Lake Bunyonyi
Travelers can swim in one of Africa’s beautiful lakes because it's bilharzia-free, hippo-free, and crocodile-free, although one has to be good at swimming since Lake Bunyonyi is the second deepest in Africa. Meanwhile, you can enjoy swimming at your lodge too. Some lodges at Lake Bunyonyi have a swimming pool too, like Bird's Nest Resort.
Canoeing at Lake Bunyonyi.
Take a dugout canoe with an exceptional tour guide to discover the pearl of Africa’s magical lake as you explore 29 islands on your stay on an island or paddle across Lake Bunyonyi to the quaint villages, forest, and nature walks. You can choose a motorized cruise on the lake, with opportunities for sunset cruises or birding boat safaris on this wonderful lake.
Nature Walks and Hikes at Lake Bunyonyi
A professional guide accompanies you so that you don’t miss out on any of the highlights of your walks, such as culture, bird types, and local foods, both on the islands and around Lake Bunyonyi, which leads you through the small villages.
Bike rides are the most enjoyable and can be done for long hours or just a few hours around Lake Bunyonyi on a mountain bike as you enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Lake Bunyonyi terrace with interlocking spurs and the good people, villages, hamlets, and people in their authentic feel of Africa in Uganda.
Birding at Lake Bunyonyi
Birders can go bird watching on one of the 29 islands on Lake Bunyonyi and combine it with a dugout canoe or motorized boat adventure with their own expert birding guide from the water to the surrounding shores of Lake Bunyonyi.