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Lake Nkuruba is a spectacular Lake found at approximately 25 kilometers south of the breathtaking Town of Fort portal within western Uganda. Nestled at the heart of the breathtaking scenery of the Rwenzori Mountains and Kibale Forest National Park, this magnificent Crater Lake and the surrounding Nature Reserve are a habitat to abundant wildlife and bird species and have surprisingly not been affected by deforestation.

This Reserve and its verdant forest is a home to several bird species such as the black and white casqued hornbills and Great blue Turaco thus making the site a true birder’s Paradise. Part of the proceeds from this Ecotourism Project goes into supporting Nature conservation and improving the livelihoods of the local community members.

Therefore, tourists are charged a small entry fee to enjoy activities at this ecotourism site and the fee is excluded in the cost of accommodation for tourists interesting in overnight stay. However, the entry fees for day visits are Shs 10,000 for Non-residents, Shs 8000 for residents and Shs 2000 for East African citizens.