Turaco Treetops – Kibale N.P

Turaco Treetops is a semi-luxe lodge on the outskirts of Kibale National Park with breathtaking views of the forest canopy, the massive Rwenzori mountains, and the crater lake-adorned landscape.

On the 5.2 hectares of Turaco Treetops, you can immerse yourself in nature. Many of the Kibale Forest’s birds, monkeys, and butterflies can be found on the lodge grounds. The gentle calls of the Great Blue Turaco bird, combined with the lush greenery of the forest, create an atmosphere of calm and tranquillity.

Turaco Treetops’ main building, rooms, and cottages are designed to be comfortable while also allowing you to enjoy nature. A restaurant, a lounge area with a cozy fireplace, a bar, an outside terrace, and a first-floor lounge with spectacular views of the forest and mountains are all part of the main building.

The poolside is the place to be if you want to relax after a day of adventure or if you want to reenergize after a day of adventure.

Turaco Treetops has eight luxury cottages in secluded jungle locations. The cottages have a simple, rustic design with modern furnishings that are stylish, cozy, and decorated. They are spacious, with large windows and outside wooden decks that offer spectacular views of Kibale Forest.

For families and groups of friends who want to spend time outdoors together, the lodge also has 8 standard rooms on 2 sites in the forest with optional sharing balconies.

Turaco’s on-site restaurant serves delicious fresh meals both inside and on the terrace.

Family-friendly amenities at the lodge include an indoor children’s area in our main building and an outdoor playground for kids. The on-site pool also has a shallow end for children of all ages.

In Kibale Forest National Park, there is a 90% chance of seeing chimpanzees up close, so Turaco’s ideal location sets the bar high for wonderful chimpanzee encounters. Explore the rainforest on foot or join a birding tour to see some of the 375 species that call the area home.

Observe crater lakes while hiking or mountain biking, or get down and dirty during a swamp walk through the Bigodi Wetlands Sanctuary.