This cosy mountain eco-lodge is located close to the national park headquarters in the foothills of the Rwenzori Mountains.
Built using the roundest of boulders and stones from the nearby Mubuku River and hot springs, Equator Snow Lodge has been tastefully designed furnished with bright and fashinable interiors.
The lodge consists of four clean and spacious en-suite stone huts with wooden flooring and wooden furniture. Each hut is run on solar power and sky-windows allow natural light to penetrate through parts of the roof.
Guests will be treated to an en-suite bathroom with a forest view (a large window can open whilst showering), as well as large comfortable beds, a fireplace and a private wooden deck. The main building has an open sided restaurant and bar with a welcoming fireplace and an outside patio area.
This area is particularly popular with experienced mountaineers who attempt to summit Mt Stanley. Trekkers and novice walking enthusiasts can enjoy the delights of the lush Rwenzori foothills, and hand fishing in the local rivers and streams and cultural visits to the nearby Ruboni village can also be arranged.
This is a particulary popular area with keen birders who will be rewarded with numerious bird species and rare Albertine Rift Endemics.
Why Choose Us?
Passionate travel experts
- We've been leading wildlife travel since our first South Africa tours over 25 years ago
- Our Travel Specialists have lived in their specialist area for years
- We work with local guides to immerse you deeper in our diverse range of experiences
Personal & tailor-made
- You'll speak to your own expert who'll share their first-hand knowledge
- We'll make your itinerary seamless with 24/7 emergency contact available
- Your Travel Specialist will listen to ensure you have the best chance of seeing the wildlife you love
Responsible by nature
- We take care to actively contribute to the conservation of environments we visit
- For select countries, we make a charitable donation on your behalf when you make your booking
- We've partnered with conservation experts and NGOs to curate responsible tours