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Kibale Forest Lodge

When you stay at Kibale Forest Lodge, you may enter your very own tropical paradise. This lively lodge is not only serenely lovely but also a fantastic, reasonably priced starting point for exploring Kibale Forest.

Kibale Forest Lodge In Kibale Forest National Park

Why Do We like Kibale Forest Lodge?

Bright oasis: The gardens around the lodge are bursting with colorful tropical plants, giving you the sense that you are living in a little, distant paradise.

African interior design: The lodge is elegantly furnished with regional arts and crafts from the neighborhood, and the interior is as  colorful as the exterior.

Location: The resort is easily accessible from the Fort Portal-Kamwenge route near Bigodi settlement. This is a fantastic starting point for exploring the Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary, hiking in the crater lakes region, and going chimpanzee trekking.

Local food: Kibale Forest Lodge emphasizes local food in their restaurant and makes sure that everything on their à la carte menu is freshly cooked. This is the ideal time to sample some traditional cuisine from Uganda or indulge in their renowned full English breakfast.

Accommodation In Kibale Forest Lodge

Affordable mid-range lodging is available at Kibale Forest Lodge. There are twelve charming, independent rooms available, with either garden or city views. There are available single, double, twin, or triple rooms. Each en suite room has a hot water heater, a flushing toilet, electricity, and a mosquito net.

Facilities In Kibale Forest Lodge

The restaurant at Kibale Forest Lodge delivers freshly prepared dishes with high-quality ingredients that are acquired locally. There is no set menu because the meal is à la carte. On request, lunch and dinner are served in addition to the complimentary breakfast.

 Additionally, the restaurant offers cocktails, local beers, whiskey, wine, and fresh juices in addition to coffee, tea, and alcoholic drinks. While not out enjoying all that Kibale Forest has to offer, you can unwind in the lovely tropical garden.

Activities To Do When Staying At Kibale Forest Lodge

In Kibale Forest National Park, there are a variety of activities to suit all interests. In Kibale, the primate capital of East Africa, there is a 95% probability of seeing these clever animals in their natural habitat.

The Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary, a refuge for birdwatchers and the habitat of several species, is conveniently close to the lodge. Make sure you have a decent pair of binoculars since you will have a great opportunity of seeing some uncommon species, such as the blue turaco, while walking through the swamp on wooden pathways.

If you enjoy trekking, you can hike around the historic crater lakes or go for a stroll to the stunning Mahoma falls. Visits to tea plantations and local communities are other well-liked activities.

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