George & Gertrude's Traditional Bed & Breakfast Homestay
Spend some time living in the bed and breakfast home of an African family in rural Uganda set in the valley that runs through Ruhanga Village just north of Ntungamo.
You will get a very close up look at real local life and be able to experience first hand the way many Africans still live their lives in the 21st century.
Situated within Ruhanga Village close to the main road that runs from Kampala, the capital of Uganda, right down to Rwanda; George and Gertrude's homestay bed and breakfast is the ideal location from which to go on safari in neighbouring Queen Elizabeth National Park, gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Forest or day trips to neighbouring lakes.
Closer to the homestay you can also go for village walks or take in a bit of history and culture.
Local attractions include the nearby Great Lakes Museum south of neighbouring Ntungamo which aims to preserve and promote the history of indigenous Bakiga, Banyankole, Banywaranda and Baziba tribes of Uganda. Also worth a visit is the Igongo Cultural Centre which promotes the rich cultural heritage of south-west Uganda.
We alos recommend a day trip to Lake Bunyonyi near Kabale which is the second deepest lake in Africa and is home to twenty nine islands and is a popular location for water sports and well as the lakeside towns of Kyevu and Muko as well as the infamous 'Punishment Island'.
A further delight is the spectacular Kisiizi waterfalls and trips to the Batwa Experience, chimp trekking and hot springs can be arranged.
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This page was last updated: 12 June 2015