Ndali Lodge is a modest first-class tourist lodge placed in a spectacular location, perched on the rim of an extinct volcano overlooking a 250-acre, 300-foot deep crater lake. The lodge is located about a half hour from Kibale National Park. It is the former home of Major Trevor Price who in 1920 became one of East Africa’s first tea farmers. The estate remains in the Price family.

There are only 8 cottages providing very comfortable accommodation for up to 16 guests. Each cottage offers a panoramic view of the spectacular Mountains of the Moon and is imaginatively designed with comfortably furnished interiors constructed exclusively from local materials.

Each cottage has en-suite facilities with bath, shower, WC and hand basin and a private veranda. Meals are served family style in the original home’s dining room, which is festooned with candles since the lodge has no electricity. The public rooms including the lounge, reception and dining room all open out over Lake Nyinambuga with spectacular views of the surrounding forest.