Kibale Forest Camp

Kibale Forest Camp is a Safari Lodge in-between the evergreen forests of Kibale forest national park. It offers comfortable & budget-friendly accommodation to all visitors going to the park.

It’s located just outside the southern part of the Park bordering the Magombe swamp, known for the Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary which is a 10 minutes drive to Kanyanchu Visitor Center, the place from where your Chimpanzee tracking will start.

The Lodge has 10 Safari tents located in between a bush forest giving you the utmost satisfaction of a classic African safari. A Camp-site is also available if you want to opt for lazy camping.

Kibale forest is one of the most magnificent rainforests and one of the most rewarding areas to explore. It is also known as the primate capital of the world, so be ready to capture the amazing black en white colobus monkeys, chimpanzees and 12 other primate species. Over 370 species of Birds also inclusive.

Highlights 

  • Restaurant & Bar suited in a beautiful wooden grass-thatched building
  • African en-suite safari style tents tucked away in a lush forest
  • thatched non self-contained tents (lazy camping option), a great value for money is guaranteed
  • African safari style tents, comfortably furnished with twin or double beds
  • Alternative accommodation in the form of non-self-contained tents
  • Forest smells and sounds
  • Spotting primates swinging through the trees
  • Observing rare birds and beautiful butterflies fluttering
  • 2-bedroom Villa Suite
 

Activities 

  • Chimpanzee trekking with over 95% of seeing the chimps
  • Chimpanzee Habituation Experience (Spend a full day with the chimpanzees and witness them de-nesting, feeding, playing)
  • Visits to Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary
  • Birding safaris
  • Night Walks through the forest in search of nocturnal forest residents
  • Exploration of the crater lakes
  • Visit to the Tea Estates
  • Visit to the hidden Mahoma waterfall
  • Children’s Forest Camp (Designed for children who are too young to participate in the chimp tracking)