Buhoma Gorilla Lodge – Bwindi Luxury Lodge
It is situated in Buhoma, at the entrance to Bwindi Forest National Park
These tall log cabins are one of the most unique accommodations in Buhoma! Standing proud above the forest canopy, Buhoma Lodge’s cabins command spectacular, uninterrupted views of the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, home to the rare mountain gorilla.
An elevated lounge area, complete with br and dining facilities, offers a comfortable environment to discuss the day’s activities around the fireplaces, which add both atmosphere and warmth to the cool evenings.
All meals are freshly prepared with many local ingredients, offering a balance of international and locally flavored cuisine with meals being of several courses. Our bar has a selection of local and imported beverages and our friendly local staff will attend to your needs immediately. Hot beverages can be served to your cottage with early morning wake up calls as required, allowing you to awake gently and listen to the early morning sounds of the forest
- Elevated lounge room with fireplace
- Restaurant and bar
- Recharging facilities for cameras, phones etc
- Massage room
- Safe deposit boxes
- Room Description:
There are eight comfortable cottages which were carefully built, each with its own private verandah, allowing wonderful views of the forest canopy of the National Park. Inside the spacious cottages you will find comfortable beds and a well appointed en suite bathroom with flushing toilet and a hot shower. Some rooms have bathtubs.
- Buhoma Village Walk, activities includes a performance by the Batwa and visits to a primary school and a traditional healer. 3 hours, $15
- Nyundo Community Eco Trails- Visit a waterfall or learn traditional skills. 2 hours,20,000 UGX.
- Gorilla trekking, this is Bwindi’s most memorable experience
- Bird watching, there is over 350 species of birds which inhabit the Park
The lodge was designed using sustainable local, natural materials where possible. This has, in turn, given support to the local communities and businesses, as supplies are obtained, as far as possible from local sources.
Staff are generally recruited locally and trained on site. Our water supply is gravity fed and solar power is used for lighting with power points limited to a central area allocated for recharging cameras and videos.