A small break in Kisoro after a month of travel in Rwanda. We camped at this place for 5 days.
In the background, one of the volcanoes of the Volcanoes Park in Rwanda and Mgahinga Park in Uganda. The park extends over three countries and also has a big section in Congo (DRC).
We were not in the good season, but we would have liked to spend a few days in this ski resort.
Kabale is a fairly important town of Uganda. Despite its importance, the town is not that pretty. In fact, most towns are similar.
Repairs in a 'garage' more or less in the middle of the street. Rest assured, it is not my van, but one almost identical.
This lake, north of Kisoro, is very pretty. Scenery around the lake was splendid.
We camped in Kilembe and I wanted to show you an example of camping in Uganda. The site costs $4 per person and was quite basic, but the site was really quiet (for Africa).
In many places in Africa, water for the showers is heated with wood. It is not surprising that forests are quickly disappearing. Electricity is probably too expensive.
The Equator is the imaginary line that separates the planet in two (the northern and southern hemispheres).
Of course, the tourism industry made a tourist attraction out of it... With a lot of souvenir shops.