Aramaga Valley Lodge

Aramaga Valley lodge – Luxury lodges in Uganda

Aramaga Valley Lodge. Each of the six space-themed pods (Moonshot, Starship, Galactic, Orbit, Supernova, and Gravity) was designed to need the advantage of the breathtaking views and thus the natural curves of the landscape to form exclusive and highly-personal experiences with a relaxed approach to a luxury African safari. Aramaga Valley Lodge, the Moonshot pod is that the more spacious pod for our guests with a family with a reasonably sized bed – they’re called French Double Beds.

Every one of the pods offers the space to completely unwind, enjoy stunning views from the comfort of your bed, seat, or private rooftop tub. The pods reimagine luxury Lodges in small spaces as could be during a spacecraft with a reasonably sized bed, sitting area, green roofs with rooftop cold/hot tub “Jacuzzi” experience that gives you the whole sky and spectacular valley and mountain views.


ACCESS:

the closest and best airstrip for Aramaga valley Lodge is Saaka Airstrip. Private charter flights are often arranged from Entebbe International airport and airstrips in Uganda.

Unless they’re on an extended, overland tour of Africa, most tourists reach Uganda’s Entebbe Airport. From there, transportation is often arranged all because of the lodge. relying on the time of arrival, guests might get to remain a night within the capital city, Kampala, before heading 290km (180 miles) west to the town of Fort Portal. Once out of Kampala’s traffic, however, it generally takes about 4 hours to urge to Fort Portal and another 15-20 minutes to urge to the Aramaga valley Lodge.

CHILDREN:

we do not accept children below 5 years. we’d appreciate it if parents would show consideration to other guests where children below 12 years are concerned.

CLIMATE:

The ‘long’ rains arrive in April – June and ‘short’ rains fall in October – November. Hottest times tend to be March and October. Please remember that seasons are changing constantly within the planet and aren’t any more predictable!

WARM WEATHER:

The sun’s rays are often very strong so on the brink of the equator and should burn pale skin on even cloudy days. Protective clothing and good quality sunscreen are hard to hunt call in Uganda, so don’t forget to bring sunscreen!

COLD WEATHER:

Though our lodge is simply a few km or miles from the equator, we are situated at an altitude of 1600 meters (feet). this means that while the days are often quite warm, nights can cool off quickly

TEMPERATURES:

Minimum temperatures around 17°C, maximum 30°C.

RECOMMENDED EQUIPMENT & ATTIRE:

We recommend you pack for comfort. Hat, sunscreen, binoculars, camera & extra film, walking shoes are essential. the great valley can get cold within the dark and within the first mornings and evenings so we recommend you dress in layers.

MALARIA:

Though less prevalent here, this is often a Malaria area and you need to contact your travel health specialist before departure and take the specified precautions.

AIRSTRIP:

The nearest schedule strip is Saaka airstrip which is 5km or just 10 minutes away from the lodge.


ACTIVITIES


Aramaga valley lodge could also be an ideal base for you to explore a variety of Uganda’s most rewarding destinations including Kibale National Park, Queen Elizabeth, and thus the Rwenzori Mountains National Parks, crater lakes, also because the Toro-Semliki Wildlife Reserve.

Chimpanzee Tracking at Kibale park

Kibale park is that the premium chimpanzee tracking location within the entire of Africa. The Park is home to over 1500 Chimpanzees which sleep in communities of 10 to 100 members. Our closest cousins, chimpanzees share a minimum of 94% of their DNA with humans. Chimpanzees are sociable, communicative, and intelligent.

Though famously known for Chimpanzee tracking, the park is additionally home to an entire 70 mammal species, most famously 13 species of primate including the chimpanzee. And contains over 375 species of birds.

A total of 351 tree species are recorded within the park, some rise to over 55m, and are over 200 years old. The park is additionally one of Africa’s foremost research sites. While many researchers specialize in the chimpanzees and other primates found within the park, others are investigating Kibale’s ecosystems, wild pigs, and fish species, among other topics.

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