Take a dip or laze around the Lagoon Resort swimming pool on one of our wooden sunloungers.
A wide variety of indigenous trees grow in Lagoon Resort’s mature gardens. This natural diversity attracts a wonderful variety of birds. We’re sure you can help us add more to our bird list!
51 types of birds were spotted by a birder from National Geographic during his stay at Lagoon Resort.
Four single kayaks are available for guests’ use. Note, there is no instructor on site so kayaks are taken on to the lake at your own risk.
Beach volleyball is another option for those who like staying active.
Just sitting around and relaxing at Lagoon Resort shouldn’t be overrated. Whether it’s on your private veranda, on the Sunset deck or next to the fireside, we’re sure you will find plenty to enjoy at Lagoon Resort.
To enjoy a leisurely sunset cruise around the bay, why not arrange for drinks and nibbles to be served on your sunset cruise?
For guests who enjoy fishing, you are welcome to bring your own fishing equipment and fish from the Lagoon Resort beach or jetty.
A guided culture and nature walk gives guests an interesting insight into local life.
Typically, the walk takes two to three hours. All proceeds from the walk go to the drilling of a well and the installation of a water tank for the nearby village of Kagwe; currently, villagers have to walk all the way down to the lake to fetch water.
Lagoon Resort welcomes Yoga Retreat
How can we help?
If you have any questions about the activities at Lagoon Resort, please call +256 (0)777 511 339 / (0)775 787 291 or please get in touch via email.