Why We Like This Lodge
Vibrant oasis: The gardens surrounding the lodge are filled with colourful tropical plants that make you feel as though you are staying in a small, secluded paradise.
African decor: The inside is just as colourful as outside; the lodge is tastefully decorated with local arts and crafts from the community.
Location: The lodge is conveniently located in Bigodi village on the Fort Portal-Kamwenge road. This is a good base for chimpanzee trekking, hiking in the crater lakes region and visiting the Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary.
Local produce: Kibale Forest Lodge emphasises local produce and dishes in their restaurant, and they ensure everything is freshly prepared on their à la carte menu. This is the perfect opportunity to try some local Ugandan food, or tuck into their famous full English breakfast.
Kibale Forest Lodge offers affordable mid-range accommodation.
There are twelve pleasant self-contained rooms, and guests can choose between garden or city views. Single, double, twin or triple rooms are available.
The rooms are all en-suite and include hot water, flushing toilets, electricity and mosquito nets.
The restaurant at Kibale Forest Lodge serves freshly made meals with locally sourced quality foods and vegetables.
The menu is à la carte, meaning there is no set menu. Breakfast is included, and lunch and dinner are provided on request.
The restaurant also serves coffee, fresh juice, tea, alcoholic beverages, including local beers, whiskey, wine and cocktails.
The beautiful tropical garden is wonderful spot to relax when you are not out exploring everything Kibale Forest has to offer.
There are several activities in Kibale Forest National Park to suit all interests. Kibale is East Africa's primate capital and boasts a 95% chance of encountering these intelligent creatures in their natural environment.
The lodge is conveniently located near to the Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary, a birdwatcher's haven and home to several species. Traversing the swamp on wooden walkways, you will have a great chance of spotting some rare birds, including the blue turaco, so make sure you have a good set of binoculars.
If you prefer hiking, you can trek around old crater lakes or walk to the beautiful Mahoma falls.
Local community and tea plantation visits are also popular activities.
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