Reduced cancellation fees may apply (t&c)
The park is home to many of the world’s remaining mountain gorillas as well as an outstanding array of fauna and flora. Uganda is renowned for its incredible biodiversity. The scenery is spectacular, birds and wildlife sightings are outstanding and of course, the opportunity to spend precious time with the gentle giants of Uganda makes this a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
Biraj International Hotel
Budget accommodation in Kampala
94 rooms, sleeping up to 200 guests
Biraj International Hotel is situated close to the centre of Kampala, the capital city of Uganda. It’s within easy walking distance of good restaurants, shopping centres and the main transport routes. The hotel’s rooftop restaurant/bar is a popular spot for sundowners, with a panoramic view of the city.
Each ensuite room is air-conditioned and fully-equipped for your comfort and convenience. This includes tea/coffee-making facilities, TV with satellite channels and access to Wi-Fi. The apartment units have a small kitchenette, suitable for self-catering accommodation in Kampala.
Luxury accommodation in Kampala
98 suites, sleeping up to 200 guests
Méstil Hotel & Residences offers business people and travellers state-of-the-art accommodation on the outskirts of Kampala. Located on Nsambya
Hill, guests stay in stylish suites with a panoramic view of the city skyline and the historic sites of Kampala.
Each ensuite suite is air-conditioned and stylishly decorated in a unique African/Moroccan theme. The apartments have a fully-equipped kitchenette for self-catering accommodation in Kampala as well as an elegant lounge and dining area.
Méstil Hotel & Residences is well-known for its restaurants and bars which includes Amber Restaurant, the Times Bar and the Blend Coffee Shop. Facilities include an outside pool, fitness centre and spa treatment centre. 24/7 room service, security guarding and complimentary airport shuttle makes Méstil Hotel & Residences one of the most popular places to stay in Kampala.
Buhoma Community Rest Camp
Budget accommodation in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
11 units plus 6-bed dormitory, sleeping up to 30 adult guests
Buhoma Community Rest Camp offers travellers affordable accommodation that’s clean and comfortable. It’s an excellent place to stay if you’ve travelled to Uganda for gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
Accommodation ranges from thatched-roof huts, safari tents, dormitory-style lodgings and levelled terraces for camping. The open-fronted restaurant and bar on the property is renowned for its outstanding views of the gorgeous forest surrounds.
Did you know?
Buhoma Community Rest Camp was established as part of an initiative to generate much-needed income for the BMCDA. The Buhoma Mukono Community Development Association (BMCDA) has brought together over 7 000 community members for the benefit of development, improved livelihoods and conservation of natural resources. BMCDA assists local people to obtain gainful employment and empowers them with the necessary skills required for their jobs.
Revenue earned from our guests transfers to BMCDA and is then dispersed to local community projects. The following are some of those projects: Buhoma Community Primary School, Buhoma Community High School, Buhoma Gravity Water Flow Scheme, Rainwater Harvesting, Pineapple and Vegetable
Growing Project, Buhoma Cooperative Savings and Credit Society.
Luxury accommodation in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
10 chalets, sleeping up to 20 adult guests
Buhoma Lodge offers discerning travellers luxury accommodation in the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. It’s one of only two lodges located within the national park and the ideal place to stay if you’re travelling to Uganda for gorilla trekking.
The elevated main lodge offers guests panoramic views of the gorgeous forest surrounds and a cosy place to relax after an exciting day on a gorilla safari tour. Each ensuite chalet is fully-equipped for your comfort and convenience, with its own private deck.
Guests collected at an agreed destination; either Entebbe International Airport or a hotel/guest house within the city precinct. Overnight at Biraj Hotel (budget accommodation) or Mestil Hotel (luxury accommodation) in Kampala. Dinner served in the lodge restaurant.
Early wake up and breakfast at hotel restaurant. Transfer in air-conditioned vehicle to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. The trip is broken for pitstop for photographs at the Equator and lunch at Mbarara. Arrive early evening at Buhoma Community Camp (budget accommodation) or Buhoma Lodge (luxury accommodation) in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
Includes: Breakfast and dinner
Early wake-up (6h00) for breakfast. Depart for gorilla trekking excursion in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Return to hotel for lunch. The afternoon is spent on a visit to
the Buhoma local village and community centre.
Overnight at Buhoma Community Rest Camp or Buhoma Lodge. Dinner in hotel restaurant.
Includes: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Early wake-up for breakfast and then check out of the hotel. Your trip back to Kampala includes lunch in Mbarara. Overnight at Biraj Hotel or Mestil Hotel. Dinner in the
Included: Breakfast and dinner
Your last day is spent exploring Kampala, the capital city of Uganda and its historical sites on a guided tour; depending on your departure flight. Transfer to Entebbe Airport
for scheduled flight.
Gorilla trekking is dependent on the availability of permits. They are in high demand and it’s recommended that you book your gorilla trekking holiday to Uganda as early as possible. If a gorilla trekking permit is not available for Buhoma at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, it is possible to go trekking on the other side of the rainforest at Rushaaga or across the border in Rwanda.
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