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All reviews lake mutanda gorilla trekking friendly dogs individual cabins view of the lake main building certain times of the day boat tour outstanding views two nights stayed longer two week trip incredible staff come home dirt road muddy shoes rooms are beautiful
I stayed at the lodge for three nights in October this year and will try to come back next year! I loved the view over Lake Mutanda and the Virunga Volcanoes, the colourful freestanding cottages, the food, and above all the professional and friendly staff...More
Yes, it's true that the views are stunning. It's over an hour from Kisoro on a very winding road. Don't stay here if you get car sick!
The lodge is a series of multi-coloured buildings perched on the edge of the hilltop. The views over...More
I would definitely recommend staying at the chameleon lodge. We had a very warm welcome from the manager and proceeded to check-in on the beautiful terrace with breath taking views of the lake & mountain. We then proceeded to our very cute, spacious & comfortable...More
I stayed at Chameleon hill for 4 nights and it was the best time I have ever had. Amazing is not the word to describe the beauty of this place. The views are just beyond stunning. The staff Charlies, Spencer, Agness, are beautiful people and...More
We really enjoyed our five night stay!
The hotel is high in the mountains with a fantastic view, an unusual hillside layout which helps ‘prepare’ you for gorilla trekking, a souvenir shop, bar, dining area and balcony which looks over the lake, friendly dogs and...More
We were there and the weather was cool but comfortable. I normally wore pants and a long sleeve in the day and put on a light jacket as the sun was going down. I also wore a jacket the day I spent on the lake as it was... More
We were there and the weather was cool but comfortable. I normally wore pants and a long sleeve in the day and put on a light jacket as the sun was going down. I also wore a jacket the day I spent on the lake as it was raining a little that day. I saw others bundle up a little bit even though I believe it was in the 60's so a fleece or a jacket thicker than a wind breaker might not be a bad idea just to be safe.