Buhoma Lodge, an intimate and charming property that commands spectacular and uninterrupted views of the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, home to the rare and elusive Mountain Gorilla. One of only two lodges situated within the National Park, within a short walking distance from the meeting point for gorilla tracking and other activities in the Buhoma area. An elevated central area, complete with lounge, bar and dining area, offers a cosy, comfortable environment to discuss the day’s activities around the fireplaces which add atmosphere and warmth in the cool evenings.
Welcome to Buhoma Lodge
Thank you to the Buhoma Lodge for your hospitality and amazing experience in Bwindi. We loved staying in our “tree house” up in the canopy. The lodge is beautiful and we appreciated the kitchen accommodating our vegan diets and the warmth of the entire staff.Read More ”
I was here for three nights and met some really incredible members of the staff. Frank especially made our group feel so well taken care of. If anyone from the lodge reads this, please tell him he is sorely missed. Sula was my group’s guide, so while I spent the majority of my time withRead More ”
We can’t say enough good things about this small-capacity lodge. We arrived in the off season and including us, there were only five guests on site staying in marvelous screened in bungalows nestled into the hillside right inside the entrance to Bwindi National Park. The view from our porch looked out across the valley toRead More ”
We loved every second here and I can’t recommend this place enough. The manager, the staff, the food, the rooms, everything is absolutely perfect. It’s easily become one of the best places I have ever stayed in my life. Can’t wait t go back.Read More ”
This lodge is really stunning! From arrival to leaving, we were pampered by the staff. This lodge is beautiful, cosy, has great views, delicious food and in our room a Liquor was served every night. Ok, this lodge isn’t cheap but worth every penny.Read More ”
Gorilla Trekking Experience
Mountain gorillas are wild animals and, as such, sightings cannot be guaranteed. However viewing success rates are over 90%. Once sighted, visitors are allowed an hour with the gorillas. Overnighting in Bwindi is required the night before tracking due to your early morning start. As tracking can sometimes take a full day, a second nights accommodation is also highly recommended. Ideally 2 to 3 nights are suggested to enjoy this region.Learn More
How to get there
Buhoma in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is a full day’s drive from Entebbe or Kampala, six hours drive from Lake Mburo National Park, two hours drive from Queen Elizabeth National Park (Ishasha Sector). See a detailed road map with directions.
Our reservations staff can assist you in all aspects of gorilla trekking, from getting to/from Bwindi to planning of a fully-inclusive, tailor-made Uganda Safari incorporating the trekking of Mountain Gorillas.
Twice daily scheduled light-aircraft flights land at the nearby Kihihi airstrip approximately 90-120 minutes’ drive from Buhoma, depending upon road conditions. It is also possible to charter a flight to Kihihi from Entebbe or various locations around Uganda or other major hubs in East Africa.