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Stayed here en route from Fort Portal to Queen Elizabeth. It is a beautiful setting on a mountain hillside looking over the Savannah. Didn't see any animals while we were here, a nice view nonethless, including the mountains if you can see them (they were...More
Stay here if you can. You will not regret it. Although it is a bit of a drive (add a half hr) to the main attractions at QEP (kazinga channel and kasenyi game area), it is worth staying here because of the stunning views, gorgeous...More
The Views are Stupendous and the Bandas Very Good. The Service was 5 Star but the resort overall would need to upgrade the Pool which was filmed and described as an Infinite Pool but was missing about a foot of water and had a dirty...More
We stayed at Katara Lodge in Jan 2014 and had a wonderful time. The staff were great and really flexible. We arrived late and Nicholas called to check that we were okay and whether they could start preparing our meal so that it was ready...More
My friend and I stayed here on the way to our Gorilla trek and we only wish we could have stayed longer than one night. The staff were amazing and provide exceptional service. And the view from the room and the dining room are second...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.