Lake Bunyonyi-Lake Mutanda-Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, From Entebbe/Kampala to Lake Bunyonyi is a long drive with few interesting stopovers along the way one of the great spots to break up the journey it crosses over the equator into the southern hemisphere before driving through Lake Mburo National Park.
Another stopover will be at Igongo Cultural Centre where you can relax, have a cold drink and also enjoy your lunch in their gardens, after lunch continue driving south into the highlands of southwest Uganda to reach Lake Bunyonyi ( in other names lake of many little birds) you will get there at around 3p m in the afternoon.
Dinner and accommodation is on the shores of Lake Bunyonyi, spend some good time to relax, swim, canoeing on the lake Bunyonyi before heading to the hills of Kisoro Lake Mutanda
After late breakfast drive to Lake Mutanda one of Uganda’s most spectacle lake in the hills of Kisoro southwestern Uganda, overlooking the beautiful three volcanic mountain of Muhabura, Gahinga, and Sabyinyo.
In the canoe, boat visit Python Island on lake mutanda and also take a walk through the natural pristine vegetation. walk up to the little churches on the island and interact with the indigenous local people.
From Lake Mutanda hike/walk to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, this walk will wind through villages and local communities with views stretching out in front of you over Lake Mutanda and Virunga volcanoes and the Western Rift Valley.
Have lunch and take a visit to the Batwa in Kisoro area interact with them and learn about their way of life also enjoy they dance and dram after return to your accommodation in Kisoro Town and relax for the rest of the evening.
While in this area of Kisoro don’t miss out visiting lake Chahafi overlooking the Virunga mountains, lake chahafi is located about 5km from the Rwanda border, here you get the chance to meet the local from both Uganda and Rwanda, hiking on to the shores of Lake chahafi, take a boat ride with views of the Virunga Volcanoes dominating the skyline on a clear day the photos you get are amazing.