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We went for 2 nights. The owner of the island arranged the boat transport to and from Kasenyi. The food is all amazing and there is more than enough to eat. The host arranged for our group to go fishing (150,000 UGx) and we caught...More
Stayed there for 3 nights, very charming. Quiet surrounding, beautiful nature with a lot of birds, very friendly staff , nice chats and manicure with Doreen, excellent fresh food.
Unfortunatly the sailing boat was out of order, but we had a great time playing tric...More
Beautiful island, with a fabulously relaxed, rustic vibe throughout the resort. Doreen made us feel totally at home and could not have done more to make us feel at home. A great adventure to get to and fro the island, really good food and plenty...More
I went with my family, we were a group of a 8 children and adults. We all loved it, the place is beautiful, personal and you immediately feel at home, If you want to take your book and find a quiet pretty spot somewhere just...More
Banda island was a perfect end of our Rwanda & Uganda trip. After 3 weeks travelling on a high pace, trying to see as much as possible of these beautiful countries in a short while, we ended our trip here.
The crew was very helpful,...More
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Sorry I missed this question. We do not have large crocodiles around our island. We had a resident - very small - crocodile in the bay next to ours, but it was killed by the villagers whoa ere very weary of crocs. So... More
Sorry I missed this question. We do not have large crocodiles around our island. We had a resident - very small - crocodile in the bay next to ours, but it was killed by the villagers whoa ere very weary of crocs. So I can safely say that there is no danger of a crocodile attack on Banda.
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