Papaya Lake Lodge

papaya lake lodge


Papaya lake lodge takes approximately five hours to be reached by car from Entebbe International Airport or Kampala Uganda’s capital city, it is a comfortable ride westward on a tarmac road towards Fort Portal, just before entering Fort Portal, you will take left and follow a red dirt road that takes you directly to Papaya lake lodge along a scenic ride through tea, guava, banana, and avocado plantations.


Papaya lake lodge takes you to Kamwenge road from Fort Portal town towards Kibale National Park, which is approximately 10 kilometers /6 miles, follow your right at the junction marked by a cluster of road signs, just Continue until you reach the Rutete – Rwaihamba village. Move out of Rwaihamba by the same main road until you reach a T-junction with a primary school on the left-hand side. You will see a sign that directs you to turn right to reach Papaya Lake Lodge.


Papaya lake lodge is surrounded by the evergreen landscapes of the Ugandan Great Crater Lakes region, lush vegetation set between the two extinct volcanoes, nestled by the turquoise waters of Lake Lyantonde and lake Kifuruka and against exhilarating views of majestic mountain Ruwenzori Ranges.


Papaya lake lodge has an oasis of nine luxurious cottages, both international and local restaurants, a beautiful swimming pool with a scenery terrace. Papaya lake lodge was established with great passion and appreciation of Uganda's local culture with details that make life worth living.


Papaya Lake lodge was established by a white family who thought finding a new home in the heart of Africa would be good as well, a home which inspires and a well defined by its surroundings and offering the best of Uganda, beautifully refreshed with its own unique style, and high standard services.

Papaya lake lodge fine cuisine joins culinary traditions from all over the world that satisfies most travelers demand connoisseur. Every dish on the menu is prepared using fresh, and highest quality products.