Lukuba Island Lodge is set under masses of large fig trees and flanked by granite monoliths on one of the picturesque Lukuba bays. There are countless species of birds and wildlife such as the nile monitor lizard, and vervet monkeys. Lukuba is undisturbed by and away from the local fishing villages that make up the rest of the habitation of the island on lake victoria.

Guests are met in the town of Musoma by the manager and then escorted to the staging point for departure on board one of the lodge boats. The journey to the island takes approximately 30-45 minutes. Boats are professionally equipped with radio communications, GPS navigators, safety equipment, game fishing rods and tackle, and depth and fish finders. Lukuba Island Lodge guests have caught plenty of Nile Perch, ranging in size from 15 to 162 pounds. Guests may also 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.

Location

Situated on Lukuba Island. 13 kilometers off the shore of Lake Victoria in the Musoma District. The lodge encompasses a beautiful view of the rock islands scattered across the channel. Set under masses of large fig trees and flanked by granite monoliths on one of the picturesque Lukuba bays.

Getting there
Guests are met in the town of Musoma by our manager and then escorted to the staging point for departure on board one of our boats. The journey to the island takes approximately 45 minutes.

Accommodation
The Lodge is comprised of five intricately built stone bungalows with grass thatched roofs, along         with three traditional, tented safari cabins on a neighboring bay, all with lake views, just steps         from the beach. The lodge accommodates a maximum of 10 guests per day, allowing for a highly personalized experience.

Amenities
The stone built dining room encompasses a beautiful view of the rock islands scattered across the channel. A swimming pool is also available. Electricity (220v) is provided by a silenced generator (hours are 07:00 to 09:00 am and 18:30 to 23:00). And of course, there is all of Lake Victoria at guests’ disposal, as well as the wilds of the island to explore. The lodge communicates primarily by HF radio with our Arusha offices.

Activities
The lodge offers various activities free of charge such as:

  • Ride around the Island in a boat
  • Guided Bird walking safaris
  • Guided hike to Sunset Rock
  • Kayaking
  • Fishing with traditional boat- available at a fee