Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp is nestled deep inside Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in southwest Uganda. This camp is one of the most remote and atmospheric in Africa. The main area features a comfortable lounge and bar area as well as the main dining area while the mini spa offers a wide selection of treatments. Located within the National Park, Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp offers guests an unrivalled location, including the best bird and wildlife viewing in the Bwindi area. In fact, Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp often receives regular visits from the gorillas themselves. For the lucky guests in camp at those times, they may have the chance for a gorilla encounter without even leaving Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp.
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The tents at Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp are stylish and spacious, each featuring two queen sized beds. In addition to the comfortable warm beds, each tent has a huge bathtub that looks straight into the jungle canopy ideal for soaking tired muscles after a day spent observing and meeting gorillas. Observe rare forest species while soaking in the tub, followed by a cocktail on the private viewing deck served by your personal attendant.
The tents at Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp are stylish and spacious, each featuring two queen sized beds. In addition to the comfortable warm beds, each tent has a huge bathtub that looks straight into the jungle canopy ideal for soaking tired muscles after a day spent observing and meeting gorillas. Package includes: full board accommodation including drinks, transfers to/from Airstrip/Entebbe Airport, return tickets Entebbe/Bwindi, park entrance fees, 1 gorilla permit per person, government taxes.
The bar and dining cottage overlooks the rainforest and a raised natural platform is built for open air-dining. A full English and continental breakfast is served before your morning activity. Trekking gorillas today - the camp will pack you a scrumptious lunch including fresh fruit, sweet and savoury delights to take with. Once back at the camp celebratory drinks and snacks will be served under the stars by the roaring campfire as you discuss your amazing adventure. All meals are a la carte and served in the bar and dining area overlooking the rainforest. Chef Jackson serves a silver service dinner with four to five courses each evening. One of the mains might even include his favourite dish - Matooke rolled chicken with creamed spinach and ground nut sauce.
The newly build mini spa recently opened at Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp and offers the perfect way to end a long day of gorilla trekking. The spa seems a natural enhancement of the gorilla experience and a chance for your mind to fully absorb the magnitude of your wonderful spiritual encounter; allowing your body and mind to blend with the natural surroundings, whilst recalling those magical moments in the Bwindi Impenetrable forest. Treatments to choose from include a deep herbal massage, hydrating facial, foot massage, manicures and pedicures. The spa therapist, Precious uses only locally found products and she also makes some of her own scrubs and masks with ingredients such as avocadoes and bananas - all bought from the local village.
The bio-diversity of the park also makes it home for more than 350 bird species, 200 butterfly species, and eleven kinds of primates including L'Hoest's monkeys, rare forest elephants, giant forest hogs and antelopes.