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Bwindi Trekker’s Tavern

Bwindi Trekker’s Tavern



This lodge is located just a 2 kilometers drive from the park headquarters via the trading center of Ikumba. It is 52 kilometers from Kabale town the nearest big town to Bwindi impenetrable national park, only 44kms from Buhoma, and 502kms from Entebbe international airport and /462 from Kampala Uganda’s capital and its largest city. The lodge was constructed on top of the hill which overlooks the magnificent Virunga Volcanoes and Bwindi forest. Bwindi Trekker’s Tavern is one of the best eco-friendly lodges in bwindi national park and has a lovely cozy atmosphere with 8 roomy cottages all with en-suite bathrooms and hot showers as well as flush toilets.

The lodge has clear staff which makes assure that everything is in good move they are friendly and hospitable staff all from local villages and trained by the lodge preparing local and international food

The exclusivity of its location provides unresolved views, Bwindi Trekker’s Tavern is also known as a birders paradise with very many Albertine endemics and other bird species many can’t be seen elsewhere in other parks, many birds are often seen in the cottages and around the lodge premises.

Rooms setting

The lodge has five cottages, with Private bath room and showers, Towels and soaps, Cozy double beds, each cottage can accommodate four guests, Flush toilets, The Lodge has 24 hour CCTV surveillance camera for your security.

Tourist activities bwindi trekker’s tavern

  • One and must put on the bucket list is Gorilla trekking- and the most trekked gorilla family here is the Bitukura group.
  • Nature walks to the neighboring community
  • Bird watching, the lodge offers opportunity of viewing various species of birds, the lodge has well trained birders who will help you to spot various species of birds of birds, and some birds can be even spotted around the park premises. Bird watcher may have a chance to see 29 of the 34 Albertine endemics. The African Green Broadbill in the Mubwindi swamp, Grauer’s Rush Warbler and many other Albertine rift endemics can easily be seen here in Ruhija setting from bwindi trekker’s tavern. Other species of birds that can be seen during a day walk to the mines include the Spotted Eagle Owl in a day roost, Doherty’s Bushshrike, Mackinnon’s Bushshrike, just to mention but a few.