Mucha Hotel Kisoro – Gorilla tracking in Mgahinga gorilla National Park
Mucha hotel kisoro – The Mucha dream is a simple one; creating unforgettable travel experiences at prices you can afford. We believe the pleasure of luxury travel shouldn’t just be restricted to the people with means and that’s why we have invested extensively in intimate, affordable boutique lodges in the heart of the Kigezi Highlands. Mucha Lodges, located on the Bwindi- Kisoro Road about 500 meters from Lake Mulehe and about 6 kilometres from Lake Mutanda, is a cosy, intimate, affordable boutique hotel/lodge in the heart of the Kigezi Highlands. We have 20 rooms, across 2 lodges, Riverside Lodge and Mutolere Lodge designed to give a delicate mix of contemporary style design with eclectic accentuations from the Kigezi community. Mucha hotel kisoro offers you the amenities of modern living like wifi connection while still offering you the raw, unspoiled attractions of Africa. Both Lodges comprise of a cosy restaurant with professional chefs serving you from the tastes of the world with ingredients picked fresh from our garden. We pride ourselves in offering a personal, intimate and immersive travel experience that you can afford.
Things to do in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park
The Virunga Mountain chain looms large in your view as you wind your way down into the valley towards Kisoro town. Most visitors are drawn to the region to visit the Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi ‘Impenetrable’ or Mgahinga National Parks
Gorilla tracking is a captivating and unforgettable experience which more than repays the effort needed to reach Mgahinga Gorilla National Park and to trek through the forest. Mgahinga National Park has one habituated Gorilla family that can be tracked by tourists every day. Golden Monkey Tracking
Mgahinga Gorilla National Park offers the chance to track the Golden monkeys sometimes referred to as a distinctive race of the more widespread blue monkey, a little known bamboo-associated taxa primate listed as ‘endangered’ by the World Conservation Union.
Batwa Trail Experience
The Batwa People (Pygmies) are the “people of the forest. Have you had the chance to meet them during your visit to Mgahinga Gorilla National Park? When you meet them, you will clearly see the forest in their eyes and lives. With the cultural trail in Mgahinga National Park, you will be able to experience the ancient ways of the Batwa people who once lived within the forest and also explore their ancient cultures. Batwa Trail
The Batwa Trail leads from the base of Muhuvura Cave. The walk is a living museum where you can learn about the Batwa People, a pygmoid tribe that used to live in the Mgahinga National Park.
The Garama cave is one of the key attractions that should not be missed while visiting Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. These caves used to be a home for the Batwa people who had lived there for many years until they were recently resettled.
Mgahinga Gorilla National Park is blessed with a unique bird fauna. With 79 bird species that have been recorded within the park, including several species endemic to the East Congo Montane region, bird watchers have got an opportunity of adventuring the National Park.