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Masaka Tourist Cottage & Campsite

Masaka Tourist Cottage & Campsite is an ideal transit spot en-route to the Ssese Islands, the west of Uganda or to Tanzania through the Mutukula border. When not is such a rush you can consider exploring the region using Masaka Tourist Cottage as a base. The fresh water and bilharzias-free Lake Nabugabo some 20 kms away is an ideal day trip/safari.

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Masaka Tourist Cottage & Campsite set overlooking banana plantations and natural wetland is located 4 kms from Masaka town on the Mutukula road. The camp site is near Masaka Cathedral - declared a 'World Heritage Site' by UNESCO and Musambwa Island in Lake Victoria is being developed by Nature Uganda as a bird sanctuary.

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HOTEL ROOMS (rates, types, services)

Estimated accommodation rates:
Camping Ushs7,000-
Dormitory Ushs10,000-
Single Room Ushs20,000-
Double Room Ushs25,000-

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The rooms are all set in natural beautiful surroundings.


A conference room is available and this can host up to 20 delegates. The facilities are provided basing on the customers’ needs.


There is a well stocked bar and a restaurant which serves several dishes.


-Traditional dances.
-Witness Bark cloth manufacture.
-Village walks to see banana plantations, coffee and fruit farms.
- You can arrange Trips to Lake Nabugabo and the Ostrich farm.

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