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Lake Kitandara Bwindi Camp

Lake Kitandara Bwindi Camp


Lake Kitandara Bwindi Camp, This beautiful camp is situated on the border of Bwindi impenetrable forest National Park and it’s known as one of the greatly suitable lodges for Bwindi gorilla trekkers.

The lodge reached in about 9 hours’ drive on the road through western Uganda.  And 1 hour and 40 minutes flight from Entebbe/Kajanzi airstrip to Kisoro. Finally from here it takes about 40 kilometers on road to the camp.

The camp offers guests splendid views of the areas surrounding the park. While here you really feel the true nature of Africa. Lake Kitandara Bwindi Camp is one of the oldest camps in the area, it was opened in 1994 and it’s known as the best Camp for Luxury or upper market visitors to Bwindi National Park. The camp has unique tents which preserve some unique features. But also have modern styles of about 20 luxuriousness tents with standard facilities.

lake-kitandara-bwindi-campMeanwhile the camp’s tents are uniquely well furnished with well-furnished beds that give the best sound sleep once you are in the park, the rooms has bathrooms and toilets with cold and warm water. The restaurant is open 24/7 organizing both international and local food to visitors.

The bar  specifically well designed and it’s opened 24 hours, it’s located in a place which offers perfect views of the forest. The camp is powered by solar energy 24 hours.

What to do while at Lake Kitandara Bwindi Camp#Lake Kitandara Bwindi Camp

  • Gorilla tracking adventure, to see the endangered apes in their natural habitat deep in the impenetrable forest.
  • Guests will be able to enjoy a number of private walking trails around the lodge and down to the river.
  • Bird and butterfly watching, the lodge has experienced birders who are kin in spotting different species of birds, the park is a home to very many species of birds some of which are really seen anywhere in other parks.
  • Cultural interaction with the Bakiga people
  • Bird watching activity
  • Site seeing