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Bwindi Impenetrable National Park offers a variety of lodging options, ranging from luxury lodges and eco-friendly camps to budget-friendly guesthouses. These accommodations not only provide a comfortable base for travelers going on gorilla treks but also enhance the overall adventure with stunning views, local culture immersion, and convenient access to the trekking sites.



Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp

  • Description: Nestled deep in the forest, this luxury tented camp offers a unique blend of comfort and wilderness. Each tent is spacious and comes with an en-suite bathroom and a bathtub overlooking the forest.
  • Amenities: The camp offers a bar and restaurant, a small gift shop, and spa services. Guests can enjoy personalized service and guided walks around the camp.
  • Special Features: It is not uncommon for gorillas to visit the camp, providing a unique opportunity to observe them up close without leaving the comfort of the lodge.

Bwindi Lodge

  • Description: This eco-luxury lodge, operated by Volcanoes Safaris, is located on the edge of the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. It offers beautiful views and direct access to the gorilla trekking trails.
  • Amenities: The lodge features luxurious bandas (chalets) with private verandas, a cozy bar, and a restaurant serving fresh local and international cuisine.
  • Special Features: Bwindi Lodge has a massage room and a community walk that allows guests to learn about the local Batwa culture.

Mahogany Springs

  • Description: Situated in the Buhoma sector of Bwindi, Mahogany Springs provides spacious rooms and suites with stunning views of the forest and river.
  • Amenities: The lodge offers a restaurant, bar, lounge, and extensive gardens. Rooms are equipped with en-suite bathrooms, mosquito nets, and private terraces.
  • Special Features: Mahogany Springs supports community initiatives and offers bird watching and nature walks.


Silverback Lodge

  • Description: Perched on a hillside overlooking Bwindi Forest, Silverback Lodge provides comfortable accommodations with excellent views.
  • Amenities: The lodge offers en-suite rooms, a bar, restaurant, and lounge area. There is also a terrace where guests can relax and enjoy the scenery.
  • Special Features: The lodge is known for its friendly staff and personalized service. It also arranges guided walks and cultural tours.

Buhoma Lodge

  • Description: This intimate eco-lodge offers a close connection to nature, with cozy cabins set within the forest. It is located near the starting point for gorilla treks.
  • Amenities: Each cabin has an en-suite bathroom and a private veranda. The lodge also features a bar, restaurant, and communal lounge area.
  • Special Features: Buhoma Lodge supports sustainable tourism and local community projects. It offers guided walks and bird watching tours.

Ichumbi Gorilla Lodge

  • Description: Located just outside the Rushaga sector of Bwindi, Ichumbi Gorilla Lodge provides a comfortable stay with easy access to the trekking starting point.
  • Amenities: The lodge offers en-suite rooms with private balconies, a restaurant, bar, and a lush garden.
  • Special Features: Ichumbi supports local communities by employing local staff and sourcing ingredients from nearby farms. It also offers cultural tours and bird watching.


Gorilla Conservation Camp

  • Description: Run by the Uganda Wildlife Authority, this budget-friendly camp provides basic accommodations with a focus on conservation.
  • Amenities: The camp offers simple bandas with shared bathrooms, a communal dining area, and a bar.
  • Special Features: Proceeds from the camp support gorilla conservation efforts. The camp offers guided nature walks and bird watching.

Buhoma Community Rest Camp

  • Description: This budget option is located near the entrance to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and offers simple accommodations.
  • Amenities: The camp offers bandas, dormitories, and campsites with shared facilities. There is a restaurant and bar on site.
  • Special Features: The camp is community-run, with proceeds supporting local development projects. It offers cultural tours and nature walks.