Primate Lodge Kibale

Primate Lodge is situated in Kibale Forest National Park and is the perfect gateway for tracking the primates of Uganda. The lodge is committed to the conservation of nature and culture and is constructed using local materials and makes use of solar power electricity in order to minimize the impact on the environment. Primate Lodge […]

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Ndali Lodge

Ndali Lodge is in the heart of Uganda’s volcanic crater lake region, 23km (14 miles) south of Fort Portal and overlooked by the Rwenzori Mountains to the west. The lodge is perched 100m (328ft) directly above Nyinambuga crater lake and has eight individual cottages set on the hillside. Designed to blend with the landscape, the […]

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Papaya Lake Lodge

A lovely new option in the Kibale area located near Ndali Lodge, about 45 minutes from Kibale forest. Papaya Lake Lodge has nine bright and spacious cottages, including a three-bedroom family villa, all overlooking a beautiful crater lake. An onsite bar and restaurant provide sumptuous and delicious meals. The property has lots of stairs from […]

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Kyaninga Lodge

Set against a stunning backdrop of Lake Kyaninga and the legendary Mountains of the Moon beyond, Kyaninga Lodge is the spectacular result of one man’s vision and unwavering commitment to creating an experience of Africa’s beauty unlike anything else. Kyaninga Lodge is located 15 minutes outside Fort Portal town. Perched atop a hill overlooking a […]

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Classic Africa Safaris is 100% Carbon Neutral

Carbon Neutral 2012

As part of our corporate social responsibility program Classic Africa Safaris is carbon neutral. We are the FIRST safari company in Uganda and Rwanda to become carbon neutral, and one of the first safari/travel companies in East Africa to officially 'GO GREEN'.