Wildlife To See In Lake Mburo National Park

February 21, 2018

The easily sighted wildlife in Lake Mburo National Park makes it a very special place for game drives and walking safaris in Uganda. The attractive 158 square miles acacia-dotted savanna of Olea and Boscia is home to 68 mammal species. The Park contains an extensive area of wetland and harbors several species of mammals not found anywhere else in Uganda, including zebra and impala. The 315 bird species include the…


5 Days Uganda Gorilla and Kibale Chimp Tracking Safari

November 10, 2017

This 5-days Gorilla Tracking and Kibale Chimps trek safari takes you to the misty Bwindi Impenetrable forest, which is home to more than half the population of the remaining 720 Mountain Gorillas in the world.  Gorilla tracking is the most enchanting experience in this forest. You will have an experience of a life time as you watch at close range these majestic apes feed, play and relax. You will conclude…


The Biharwe Eclipse Monument In Mbarara

November 2, 2017

The Biharwe monument in Mbarara was erected on Biharwe Hill in commemoration of the “Biharwe Eclipse” which was dated by astronomers and historians to have taken place in the year 1520 AD. As the only scientifically dated event in the early history of the Great Lakes Region, the eclipse, which was acknowledged in legends of Bunyoro, Buganda and Nkole, became the key benchmark that was used by historians to determine…


Value For Money

October 25, 2017

Have always stayed here once in a while for stop over traveling to south west end,Services are always comparable,the breakfast OMG,gardens at sunset is amazing,the creatures at night can sing endless songs up to 10pm, i lyk the sounds in a quiet environment,the specious ever green gardens cant wait to go back, the rooms are okay with new tiles. Generally lake view resort hotel is my choice in mbarara Uganda….


Meet Mbarara Local Farmers and Taste Their Fresh Fruits on Your Uganda Tour- Lake View Resort Hotel Mbarara

June 5, 2017

We believe that a day at the farmers market will get you excited about making healthy food choices by building a sense of connection to the Mbarara people who grow their food. You’ll meet farmers and learn where they farm, how they grow their crops, why they chose to farm and what’s in season. You’ll get to know local artisans, bakers & food purveyors. At Lake View Resort Hotel, our…


The Batwa (Twa) People of Western Uganda; Uganda Ancient Tribal Group

May 16, 2017

The Batwa (Twa) People of Western Uganda The Twa (Batwa) people have almost all been forced out of their ancestral forest homes, where they lived as nomadic hunters and gatherers, due to the clearing of forests for agriculture by neighboring tribes or the creation of national park in an effort to conserve the wildlife. One of Africa’s most ancient tribal groups, the Twa are now faced with a plight common…


Visit Lake Mburo National Park For A Wildlife Tour in Mbarara

May 5, 2017

The Western region of Uganda is blessed with an array of beautiful natural sceneries ranging from the undulating relief, to the green vegetation cover which habours a lot of game and various plant species. The region also has fascinating water bodies, one prominent one being the Kitagata hot springs whose waters are believed to heal various diseases. As result of these attractions, the region has four of the national parks…


Lake View Resort Hotel: Perfect Spot For Conferences & Events In Mbarara

April 25, 2017

Lake View Resort Hotel : Perfect Spot For Conferences & Events In Mbarara The Lake View Resort hotel is one of the best  4 star hotels in Mbarara offering overnight accommodation and the best conference facilities in Mbarara. Interested in making a successfully party or business meeting, Lake View resort hotel is the perfect choice for all your conference needs. The conference hall has a seating capacity of up to 80…


Encounter and Experience The Ankole Culture at Nshenyi Village

March 22, 2017

Encounter and Experience The Ankole Culture at Nshenyi Village Nshenyi Village located in Ntungamo District in the Southwestern part of Uganda is not your usual village. It is more of a cultural homestead which seats on 400 acres of land with many farmers growing millet, banana, local tomatoes, cattle keeping bee keeping in rocks and caves. Tourists engage in the activities and even cook for themselves sometimes as part of…