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Lukuba Island Lodge
Situated on Lukuba Island,13 kilometers off the shore of Lake Victoria in the Musoma District.
The lodge is ideally situated in the eastern part of Lake Victoria and is an easy destination just seventy five kilometers from the western Serengeti gate at Ndabaka. It can also be incorporated as a stop over when arriving from the Masai Mara into Tanzania.
Guests may choose to try some of the more traditional methods of fishing using bamboo fly-fishing rods, as the local fishermen have been doing for hundreds of years around the lake.
Fishing is not the only attraction at Lukuba. With over 90 species of birds a nature lover's day can be easily made; to add to this wildlife such as Nile monitor lizards, vervet monkeys and spotted necked otters are commonly seen.
Guests may enjoy surrounding wildlife from a leisurely canoe or boat ride around the island, or by hiking on the massive rocks to attain stunning views of the lake.
Lukuba Island Lodge exists in harmony with its environment. The owners are committed to conservation and preservation of both the natural surroundings and local communities, which benefit from every visit.