Where Are We

The Little Angels Needy Children & Orphan Project is located on the shores of Lake Bunyonyi (meaning 'place of many little birds'). Lake Bunyonyi is unquestionably the most beautiful lake in Uganda. Surrounded by steep sided mountainous scenery and numerous local communities making it the perfect place to come and chill out on your way to or after your encounter with the mountain gorillas.

Lake Bunyonyi is about 25 km long and 7 km wide. With 29 islands dotting the centre of lake and depths varying from 44m to 900m. The lake surface is a fresh 25 degrees celcius, bilharzia free and perfectly safe for swimming. The spectacular scenery makes for an overnight experience at Lake Bunyounyi more desirable than staying in Kabale with accommodation to meet all budgets and needs.

How to Get Here

Lake Bunyonyi is some 8 km's from the township of Kabale. You can take a matatu (truck) every Monday and Friday for 4000 Uganda Shillings from the main market. A special hire can be arranged there at Ushs20,000 per vehicle/one way.

Kabale is situated about 410 kilometres south-west of Kampala. After you cross the equator you drive through Masaka and later Mbarara on a good tarmac road. There is plenty of public transport (buses and minivans) that travel this route daily in both directions.

For special hire you can contact the following people:

Duncan on 0392754044 to arrange transport.

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