Primate lodge Kibale
Location: Experience world-renowned Ugandan hospitality at Primate lodge * * * * amidst unparalleled wildlife, scenery and serenity in the heart of Kibale Rainforest National Park, Uganda’s primate paradise and home to over 13 different primate species and countless other mammals, butterflies and birds.
Rooms: nine spacious en-suite luxury cottages, each located deep in the forest for maximum privacy and a natural ‘living in nature’ feeling, complete with 2x double bed or 1x king-size bed, a sitting area with two comfortable armchairs, a reading table and an adjoining large veranda with beautiful views of the forest.
Facilities: The seven mid-level Forest Cottages are private and en-suite with spacious bathrooms, as well as a spacious veranda with sun loungers overlooking the rainforest. The popular two storey ‘Elephant Banda’ has an upstairs bedroom with a giant king size bed and a downstairs living room where we can also fit a smaller extra bed. As a double occupancy it is very popular with honeymooners, anniversaries and the ‘hopeless romantics’ who can also enjoy private lounging and dining on the expansive upstairs verandah which seems to lead straight into the woods.
Restaurant: Following the winding path, you will find the main lodge, nestled in lush greenery. Delicious meals, both international and traditional African dishes, are served here in the spacious dining room.
Lodge Facilities: Other lodge amenities include a spacious dining deck, a well-stocked bar, complimentary room service, a secluded lounge area with a small library, an evening campfire, laundry service (for a small fee) and free Wi-Fi in public areas .
Activities: The forest opens its doors for some sensational chimpanzee tracking! Enjoy a guided primate walk in the lush expenditures of the tropical rainforest in search of the wild chimpanzees. You can also spend a whole day with the chimpanzees to get to know them even better. There are also walks in the forest, getting to know a local community, bird watching and a visit to the tea plantations.