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We stayed two nights at Chameleon Hill for a gorilla visit to Bwindi. It is a funky little lodge with a spectacular view of Lake Mutanda and the volcanoes on the Rwanda border from the deck and from each room. Our colorful orange "villa" was...More
Thousand words would not be enough to describe my stay at Chameleon Hills lodge! The lodge has one of the most beautiful location in Africa (I’m traveling in Africa for more than 25 years). The staff is absolutely charming, fun and helpful. The views from...More
We stayed here for 2 nights at the start of my 40th birthday celebration. The welcome everyone gave was fantastic and very friendly and warm, a big thank you must go to Gilbert, Agnes and Spencer, for ensuring we had a great start to our...More
A beautiful lodge situated on Lake Mutanda. From the restaurant balcony you can see out over the lake and if the skies are clear you can see out over the lake and see the 7 volcanoes of the region. At night you can even see...More
We loved staying at Chameleon Hill - all the more because we had a brilliant gorilla trek and the rain only started once we got back to the hotel!. Design is quirky but functional and comfortable, the food is superb and the staff helpful 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.