Ndali Lodge is beautifully situated on a high saddle between two crater lakes near Kibale National Park. The lodge was built by the late Captain Mark Price, a British tea farmer, and is managed as a working farm by his family today. The rooms are decorated in local crafts and materials and feature high ceilings and four-poster beds with mosquito netting. The en suite baths have hot and cold running water and flush toilets. Along with chimp trekking at nearby Kibale National Park, activities include a visit to the Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary (a community-based conservation project that is home to a variety of monkeys and other mammals and, more importantly some of the region's more rarely seen birds) and a nursery school the lodge sponsors.