Edirisa Canoe Trekking
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HIGHLIGHTS
  • hiking through the rainforest of Bwindi National Park
  • overnight on a remarkable tiny island
  • crossing Lake Mutanda by dugout canoe or motorboat
  • visit to a beekeeper’s organic farm
  • caldera climbing



FACTS
  • length: 3 days; difficulty: 3
  • starting point: Buhoma (Bwindi) or Ntebeko (Mgahinga)
  • area: Mgahinga NP - Kisoro - Lake Mutanda - Bwindi NP
  • departures: daily at 9am
  • map route colour: red

(1) Edirisa, (2) Tom's Homestay, (3) Echuya Forest, (4) Lake Kayumbu, (5) Kisoro Town, (6) Mutanda Island Lodge, (7) Bwindi triple waterfalls, (8) Ntebeko gate of Mgahinga

PRICE
  • five people or more: USD 250 per person
  • four people: USD 290 pp
  • three people: USD 360 pp
  • two people: USD 470 pp
  • one person: USD 810

    Includes everything during the trek (guiding, activities, tented accommodation, meals, snacks and water). It does not include Bwindi park fees (up to USD 70 pp), accommodation at Ntebeko/Buhoma or transport from Buhoma (can be pricey - but we can find the best option for you).

    To find trip companions consult our list of upcoming treks.

PROGRAM DETAILS

Mgahinga - Bwindi Itinerary


Day 1: Mgahinga - Lake Mutanda



At 9am we will begin at your Mgahinga lodge and hike down to Kisoro Town through volcanic rural areas, climb the Sagitwe caldera and walk past the first settlement of the church missionaries at Mabungo Hill. Our main stop will be the organic farm with bee hives and an orchard. In Kisoro Town we will have a great meal at Coffee Pot and then proceed to Lake Mutanda.



The afternoon walk will take about two hours. Then a boat will deliver us to Mutanda Island Lodge, a very special camping destination (check out a Facebook album about this island). With loads of rabbits on the island, you won't be surprised by what will come to you on the plate. (Vegetarian options available too, of course.)

Day 2: Lake Mutanda - Nkuringo



We will make it to other side of the lake by canoe or motorboat (up to your preferences). The short but intense climb and the view from Chameleon Hill Lodge will take your breath away. (Three or more Virunga volcanoes can be seen above Lake Mutanda.) At around midday there will be a tasty meal served at the lodge. Afterwards we will start following village trails. Beautiful views of the lake, the Virunga Volcanoes and the rugged ridges of the western arm of the Western Rift Valley can be admired on a clear day. You will end your day with a night at Albertine Campsite, but despite the name you are likely to get a room there for a change!



Day 3: Nkuringo - Buhoma

Accompanied by a park ranger, your guide will take you down the steep slope to Kashasha River, already within the rainforest of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. This is a narrow trekking path with interesting bridges, a gorgeous river junction and natural obstacles that will entertain you for an hour or two. Afterwards the route is wide and flat. Plenty of birds are guaranteed, and other wildlife if you are lucky. You will be at Buhoma in 4 to 5 hours in total, excluding an optional stop at the triple waterfalls (highly recommended).

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To book a trek or get more information please write to home@edirisa.org or call +256 75 2558 222.

Photo: Blasio Byekwaso, Irati Alonso Calafell
 

General Overview
Canoeing & Trekking on Lake Bunyonyi
Treks to Gorilla National Parks
  Overview
  2-day Valley of No Living
  3-day Three Upland Lakes
  3-day Volcano Quest
  3-day Parks Reunited
  5-day Rainforest Ramble
  7-day Ultimate Hike
Tailor-Made Treks
Budget Accommodation on Lake Bunyonyi
Tom`s Homestay on Lake Bunyonyi
Batwa Today (Echuya Forest Reserve)
Cultural Museum of the Bakiga (Kabale)
Special Offers for Families
Special Offers for Schools
Trip Advice
Accommodation Upgrades
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