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After living in the region for 5 months, I was very surprised to encounter the Katara lodge: the degree of luxury, detail and service is truly uncommon in the region and of a very, very high level. Almost everything pops out: quality of the rooms,...More
It took us hours to reach here from the central city. We were exhausted but was delighted when we arrived. We stayed for 2 nights to go on chimpanzee trekking.
We were welcomed by a really friendly and lovely staff, Nicholas was very nice to...More
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Response from Katara, Owner at Katara LodgeResponded 23 August 2017
Thank you for taking the time to share your experience, and the nice words you have for the different aspects of the lodge, in particular our staff. I am happy to read that you enjoyed your stay with us!
Thank you also for making some...More
Words are hard to find to describe this hotel. It's quality and luxury the staff are happy to help and the view is amazing.
Arrived late but couldn't let the claw foot bath go to waste so woke up early and watched the sunrise from...More
I stayed for a night.. my room was just adjacent to the cliff.. they have an option to move the cot to the open area.. all night I heard a group of elephants trumpeting, which was something to the ears;).. the room is very comfortable...More
We arrived just as the sun went down, so quickly ordered a cold Nile beer to enjoy the incredible views. Set right on the edge of the ridge, the views are stunning. The cottages are down steep, well-lit steps, and also enjoy the amazing vista....More
As the lodge runs mainly on lolar power, the loads in the cottages are limited to 600W, enough for charging gadgets and powering light. If you connect a hairdryer (which generally draw around 2000W), it will trigger a... More
As the lodge runs mainly on lolar power, the loads in the cottages are limited to 600W, enough for charging gadgets and powering light. If you connect a hairdryer (which generally draw around 2000W), it will trigger a circuit break in the cottagd. If a hairdryer is needed, you can only do this in the office of the manager.