Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda
Gorilla Forest Camp is nestled deep inside Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in southwest Uganda. Bwindi is home to just over half of the world’s last surviving population of mountain gorillas.
Gorilla Forest Camp is one of the most remote camps in all of Africa. Accommodations are comprised of eight large permanent tents luxuriously outfitted with wooden floors, two queen-sized beds and an en suite bathroom that has both a shower and a bathtub overlooking the forest. A wooden deck, which serves as the entry to your tent, is ideal for bird watching or just relaxing and enjoying the sights and sounds of the forest. Laundry service is available should you wish to wash clothes after a long day of gorilla trekking in the forest.
The camp has a bar and dining cottage overlooking the rain forest, as well as a raised natural platform for open-air dining. The campfire beckons at night, offering a cozy setting to enjoy Bwindi's mountain air and clear, starry skies. 240-volt electricity is supplied for lighting, as well as recharging for videos, laptops and cellular phones.