Crater Safari boasts friendly, welcoming and truly helpful staff, a very good kitchen (highly recommend their Nile Perch), and stunning views of the Rift crater lake that the lodge overlooks. The rooms are enormous and spotlessly maintained. A few criticisms: the drive that leads to the Lodge off the highway is most difficult in the rain and nearly requires AWD to transit. The Lodge’s solar-supported electrical system is a forward-thinking choice, but one consequence is that the LED lighting chosen to limit demand on that system results in common areas and accommodations that are rather dark on a rainy evening. Bringing the lights lower and closer to where staff and guests are might help. The Lodge is artfully placed on the side of a hill, with many steps - including getting up to reception and dining - and these, too, can be treacherous when wet for those like this writer with a mild disability. There are few handrails. One significant issue for visitors to Uganda touring the country with a guide/driver is that this Lodge appears not to have standing arrangements for accommodations for such drivers unlike a number of other hostelries in its class. Our situation was worked out, but this is a matter to which the Lodge should attend. Again, great people, fine food, luxurious rooms - but with a few matters that bear notice. That’s why a four, not a five.