Photographer credit: Alastair Kilpin, Mammoth Safaris
Nestled into the forest are the Eco Cabins - comfortable and eco-friendly
Smooth murram road leading up to the lodge
Trekking through the forest looking for these fascinating primates is a once in a lifetime experience
Photographer credit: Alexandra Johnston
Forest Eco Cabin Exterior
Budongo Eco Lodge Garden Service Team
Forest Eco Cabin- Twin Interior
Nestled in the heart of Budongo Central Forest Reserve, within the boundaries of Murchison Falls National Park, Budongo Eco Lodge is one of the undiscovered pearls of Uganda.
Being the habitat of more than 600 chimpanzees and 8 other species of primates, Budongo Forest has one of the largest communities of chimps in the country. It is also home to rare forest bird species, such as the endemic Puvel’s Illadopsis, Rufous-sided Broadbill and Yellow-billed Barbet to name a few. Moreover, Budongo Reserve is the largest remaining Mahogany forest in East Africa, with impressive trees growing up to 80 meters. With a network of 115 km of trails, this unexplored area offers you great excitement and adventure!
Constructed with traditional materials for a low environmental impact. Each cabin has a private deck that overlooks the surrounding forest and its rich (bird)life. En suite is a fully equipped bathroom with a wash table, shower and separate composting toilet.
For larger groups, Budongo Eco Lodge offers four comfortable dormitory rooms, each with two double-deckers. The bunk beds are provided with a mosquito net. Adjacent to the dormitory rooms is a common shower and toilet block with hot and cold running water.
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