Stephen Akugizibwe writes: We have recently founded Green Leaf Orchid and Crater Lakes Exploration, a coommunity-based organisation offering various walks and other tourist activities out of Rwaihamba trading centre, set amidst the Toro Crater Lakes near Kibale National Park. Activities we offer include community vanilla/coffee farm walks, village tours, crater lake exploration, primate viewing, waterfall … Continue reading Green Leaf Orchid and Crater Lakes Exploration, Rwaihamba
Karen McElhinney, the owner of Isunga Lodge, writes: Opened in October 2016, Isunga Lodge is situated on the boundary of Kibale National Park, just a short drive from the chimpanzee tracking start point at Kanyanchu. The lodge sits on an elevated position, with fantastic views over the forest, down to Queen Elizabeth NP and across … Continue reading Isunga Lodge, Kibale National Park
Wayne Lobb, who maintains the website for Bigodi Wetlands, writes: Bigodi Tourism and KAFRED, located just south of Kibale National Forest on the road from Fort Portal to Mbarara, has a new website: https://bigoditourism.com The old website, http://www.bigodi-tourism.org has been removed.
The director of Enfuzi Community Campsite writes: The correct numbers for Enfuzi Community Campsite are now 0782 779910 and 0777 045776. The other number included in the 8th edition (0782972756) belongs to a former manager who has told several people our camp is closed and then diverted them to another nearby place.
Goran writes: Route travelled: Entebbe-Kampala-Fort Portal-Kasese-Kampala-Mbale-Sipi-Kampala-Murchison Falls NP-Kampala-Kabale-Kisoro-Buhoma-Butotoga-Kanunga-Kabale-Katuna-Kigali(Rwanda) Places visited: Entebbe, Fort Portal, Crater Lake Valley, Kibale NP, Rwenzori NP, Kampala, Sipi Falls, Mount Elgon NP, Murchinson Falls NP, Lake Bunyoni, Lake Chahafi, Mgahinga NP, Lake Mutanda and Bwindi NP NB: some practical info may be outdated as the report is more than a … Continue reading 2014 trip report
Uganda Wildlife Authority has recently introduced an electronic card system for prepayment of park entry fees and activities at five national parks i.e. Murchison Falls, Lake Mburo, Kibale Forest, Queen Elizabeth and Bwindi Impenetrable. For full details see http://ugandawildlife.org/wildlife-card
Peter Rujabuka, the owner of Rweteera Safari Park, has written with the following info: Rweteera Safari Park campsite is located just at entrance of Kibale National Park at Lake Nyabikere crater. It's a budget tented campsite with 6 standard size tents comfortably furnished with bathrooms, all day running hot shower, double bed, flushing toilets, mosquito nets … Continue reading Rweteera Safari Park, a new campsite at Lake Nyabikere