Clouds Mt Gorilla Lodge – upmarket accommodation
Strategically located with beautiful views, the main lodge is very nicely decorated, rooms are large and comfortable and food is excellent.
The cottages are built from local volcanic stone and each cottage has a large sitting room with fireplace, vast overstuffed armchairs, and hand-woven carpets. Each individual cottage features the work of one of Uganda’s most respected artists
Chameleon Hill – upmarket accommodation
Situated between Mgahinga and Bwindi National parks and Kisoro – is Chameleon Hill Lodge. It is located on the shores of– Lake Mutanda with spectacular views. The lodge has friendly staff and great food.
The lodge and every single Chalet are positioned in a way that the view across the lake and volcanoes is unobstructed at all times. The lodge situation makes perfect location for safaris to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Mgahinga National Park, the Virunga Volcanoes and the Rwandan border.
Gorilla safari lodge – medium accommodation
Gorilla Safari Lodge is a 3* facility tucked away at the boundary line of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest – home of the endangered mountain gorilla. The lodge has a main lounge which includes a Restaurant, Bar, and campfire overlooking the tropical Rain Forest.
The Lodge is comprised of 8 cottages and two of these are double-roomed family units for people traveling together. Each cottage is en suite with hot and cold water, as well as solar lights and a cosy fireplace. The focus of management is quality service, great food and comfort.
Gorilla Valley – budget accommodation : Gorilla Valley Lodge is located near Rushaga ranger station. It consists of 12 en-suite rooms, built on a steep slope, guaranteeing the best views of the Forest. All rooms have a private terrace, tastefully decorated and equipped with solar water heaters and comfortable beds.
Bwindi National Park: Northern part of the park: Gorilla Forest Camp 5*
Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp is nestled deep inside Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in southwest Uganda. This camp is one of the most remote and atmospheric in Africa. The eight tents at Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp are stylish and spacious, each featuring two queen sized beds. In addition to the comfortable warm beds, each tent has a huge bathtub that looks straight into the jungle canopy ideal for soaking tired muscles after a day spent observing and meeting gorillas Observe rare forest species while soaking in the tub, followed by a cocktail on the private viewing deck served by your personal attendant.
Mahogany Springs – upmarket accommodation
Mahogany springs are a luxury lodge. This unique lodge with a mixture of traditional and international blends has become one of the thought after accommodation by clients. Mahogany Springs comprises of suites constructed and designed to utilize the surrounding beauty. Each room has large and wide windows to allow for freshening views of the forest and the nearby plantations. All suites/rooms have en suite bathrooms, dressing table and all beds have mosquito nets to protect you from any mosquito bite. Mahogany springs have Hydro Electric power so you can charge your cameras, phones and whatever else that is there to charge.
Silver back lodge – medium accommodation
Silverback Lodge is perched on high, atop the valley overlooking Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. The view is absolutely stunning and the best place to enjoy après-tracking cocktails. Bird watching and sometimes primate viewing is possible right from the front door of your room. With 12 rooms, we are the largest lodge in the area and will remain one of the best value properties in the region, whilst keeping the Marasa Africa standards of comfort and hospitality. The lodge is being completely re-furbished; we assure you that your stay will be of the highest comfort and standard
Buhoma Community Bandas – budget accommodation
It is located before the entrance to Bwindi Park. Buhoma Community Rest Camp gives outdoor enthusiasts a taste of safari-style living and is a base camp for Gorilla trekking as well as observing the many endemic bird species that inhabit the region.
The camp has bandas, self-contained safari tents, dormitory style accommodations, and levelled terraces for those with camping equipment. The camp also has an open-fronted restaurant where guests can enjoy exceptional views of the magnificent forest canopy while dining. The chefs are from the community as well as the foods they prepare.