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Bunaiga Farm

Bunaiga Farm is located on Rwenzori Mountain, situated between an elevation of 2000 to 2200 meters above sea level (masl), covering an area of 100 acres. Unlike other major mountains in East Africa, the Rwenzori Mountain is not volcanic in nature but rather a solid block of rock that emerged through the floor of the Western Rift Valley. These mountains earned the name “Mountains of the Moon” from the ancient geographer Ptolemy in 150 AD. It was the explorer Henry Stanley who officially marked the Rwenzori on the map on May 24th, 1888, referring to it as ‘Ruwenzori,’ a local term he translated as “Rain-Maker” or “Cloud-King.” Stretching along the Uganda-Congo border in western Uganda, the Rwenzoris are renowned for their equatorial snow peaks, including the third highest point in Africa. The lower slopes are adorned with lush moorland, bamboo forests, and thriving montane forests characterized by towering tree heathers, vibrant mosses, and blossoming coffee plants. The mountainside is further enhanced by the presence of giant lobelias and “everlasting flowers”, creating a captivating and magical scenery.

Kabonero Farm

The Kabonero Farm is situated on the Rwenzori Mountains, specifically at an elevation of 2000 to 2200 meters above sea level. It spans across 50 acres of land. The farm benefits from a favorable climate, characterized by temperatures ranging from 20°C to 30°C and an annual rainfall between 1,200mm and 1,500mm. The location falls within a highland agro-ecological zone, offering various opportunities for profitable agricultural ventures, including tea, dairy cattle, bananas, coffee, Apiary, and Horticulture. The area is characterized by undulating hills and mountains, and the presence of well-balanced pH soils has been advantageous for the cultivation of coffee.

Nshozi Kisoro Farm

Nshozi Kisoro Farm is situated at an elevation of 1800 meters above sea level, covering an area of 12 acres. The creation of Kisoro District was a result of the decentralization policy implemented by the Uganda Government in 1991. Located in the extreme southwestern part of Uganda, Kisoro District shares borders with the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Republic of Rwanda. Within the district, there are four primary ethnic groups, namely the Bafumbira, Bakiga, Banyarwanda, and Batwa. Kisoro is renowned for being home to the Mountain Gorillas found in Mgahinga National Park and Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. The prominent Muhabura Volcanic Mountains, the undulating landscape, the winding Kabale-Kisoro road, along with the enchanting Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Echuya Bamboo Forest, collectively contribute to making Kisoro one of the most breathtaking regions in the world. Uganda’s moniker, the ‘Pearl of Africa,’ owes much to the natural beauty found in this area.