The place was recommended by a German traveller I've met in Queen Elisabeth and I couldn't be more happier with this choice! (to not be confused with Enfuzi campsite) The staff was very friendly and professional, the food was really good and my banda was spacious, clean and comfortable. Adeline, the manager gave me lots of infos on what to visit in the area and how to get to Kibale in order to trekk the chimps. This is a perfect base for visiting the crater lakes area and the local market held twice a week in the nearby village. Nkuruba lake is located at just 200 metres from the campsite and there you can swim or just relax watching more than 100 bird species. Within the camp you will see lots of Colobus monkeys but they are pacific and not invading. Good, a staff member was so kind to accompany me with his bike to both the chimp trekking meeting point and Fort Portal! Tnx again to Adeline, Good and the other staff members, I've spent a couple of lovely days at your camp!
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- Situated just 19 km south of Fort Portal, Lake Nkuruba Nature Reserve and Community Campsite is home to a beautiful crater lake and ancient forest. Set amidst this tranquil environment, our resort offers guests the chance to unwind, relax and enjoy all that nature has to offer. Our rooms are clean and spacious and camping facilities are available all year round. We serve excellent food and our restaurant often affords views of colobus monkeys relaxing in the nearby trees. ... more less
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