Perched on the shores of beautiful Lake Mutanda in southwestern Uganda, the colorful Chameleon Hill Lodge offers exceptional views, comfortable lodging, and the chance to track the legendary mountain gorilla.
Accommodations at the lodge consist of ten luxury chalets, each with their own vibrant color scheme and character. These comfy rooms include a modern en suite bathroom with panoramic windows for viewing volcanoes in the shower. For an even better view of the sapphire-hued lake and verdant volcanic slopes, guests can sit on their private veranda and enjoy a soothing cup of tea or coffee brought the room.
The lodge is ideally located between Mgahinga & Bwindi National Parks. Bwindi is a massive rainforest that provides the perfect habitat for more than 300 mountain gorillas. At an altitude of between 3,500 and 8,500 feet, the park is regarded as one of the most biologically diverse forests in Africa. In addition to the primate populations, the park is home to 120 mammal species including duiker, elephant, bushbuck, bush pig, giant forest hog, and several small cat species, such as the elusive golden cat. There are also eleven primate types such as black and white colobus, red-tailed and blue monkey, and chimpanzee living here. Mgahinga is also home to the endangered mountain gorillas, rare golden monkeys, beautiful bamboo rain forests, and the sacred Ngarama Cave, which was once home to the king of the Batwa Pygmies.