My wife and I stayed in the Gorilla Conservation Camp for three days, before and after tracking the Gorillas. Our safari tent was comfortable; the staff was knowledgeable and made the Bwindi experience much more educational. We were able to e-mail our friends with pictures using the satellite link. The gorilla conservation and public health work of the sponsoring organization, Conservation through Public Health, is inspirational.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Conservation Through Public Health (CTPH) welcomes guests at our field centre for gorilla related research. Guest income supports our work with wildlife and communities, which our staff can discuss with you. We can also host short and long term volunteers. We are in Buhoma Village, about 2km from the National Park offices (the gorilla tracking meeting point), which is a short ride on a motorcycle taxi (boda boda). FACILITIES:Twin-bed tents with mosquito nets, set among trees. Full board (locally sourced food) including packed lunch, Shared dining / lounge area under a thatched roof, Wash basin in tent (hot water supplied in thermoses), Hot shower available on request (jerrycan hoist type), Simple camp toilets, cleaned regularly, Solar power for lighting and charging, Internet available at the hospital across the road. Our camp has got a little tired and we are renovating it as we can afford. We have reduced our prices to reflect this. By staying here you will provide much needed income to support Conservation Through Public Health’s work. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Gorilla Conservation Camp Uganda/Bwindi Impenetrable National Park