Buhoma Haven Lodge Bwindi – is a spacious site lying above Buhoma village, a 5-minute drive from the main road, and this elevated location guarantees best views across Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
This lodge was opened in December 2014 to help Buhoma community development Association (BCDA) cater for clients interested in something more than just a budget accommodation.
It offers 6 beautifully designed twin/double cottages, self-contained en- suite safari tents, 3 self-contained cottages, and 2 non-self-contained twin cottage bandas, 1 family cottage, all self-contained en-suite and merging simple elegance with local materials.
All the bandas are built with local materials and are of African architectural design. The lodge offers guests a 6-bed dormitory as well as several campsites.
The serves Western and African cuisine prepared by Ugandan chefs using locally grown food. The meals are prepared according to the day’s menu,
Artisan craft shop
Back-up power generator
Cigarettes for sale
Cell phone/laptop charging
Transportation and Parking lot
Postcards for sale
Massage and Shower
Walking sticks for rent
Buhoma sector is situated in the North Western part of Bwindi impenetrable National Park mainly in Kanungu District, and it faces the dark amazing evergreen and hilly impenetrable forest of Bwindi. Out of the four regions of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Buhoma region is one of the major sectors that cannot be left out especially concerning Gorilla trekking because of its History. Buhoma is the first sector of Bwindi to be opened up for gorilla trekking in other words, it’s where Gorilla tourism in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park started from, and in Uganda as a whole in the year 1993 just after Bwindi was established into a National Park. It is for this reason, that the region has the oldest habituated gorilla family known as Mubare which was the first to be visited by the first team of tourists to visit Bwindi Impenetrable National Park for gorilla trekking. Today Buhoma region boasts 5 gorilla families which include; Mubare, Habinyanja, Rushegura, Katwe and Muyambi.
Bwindi National Park lies in south-western Uganda on the edge of the Rift Valley and has a variety of attractions ideal for both tourists and researchers. There are a number of activities one can do in Bwindi Impenetrable forest National Park. As the saying goes, “Independent of what you are looking for, you will find something here”.
.Visit the women’s project at, “Ride for a woman”
.Visit the Bwindi Community hospital.