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From the moment we pulled up to Kibale Forest Camp, the service was impeccable. All of the staff were amazing, friendly, and attentive every time we saw them. The food was absolutely delicious from fluffy eggs and breakfast to tasty lunches to impeccable dinners--all cooked...More
We loved our two night stay here - the location is great and the wildlife a constant delight..
The night air was full of the sounds of birds and bats..
The staff were so friendly, and a lovely high-ceiling dining room, with great food etc....More
This was our second time staying here because we enjoyed it so much the first time. We did the swamp walk, chimp trek and chimp habituation while staying at the camp. The food was great as always, as were the staff. The camp is set...More
US$39 - US$60 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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59.21 km away
Kibale National Park
5.30 km away
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I am traveling alone in late November. Can I take a bus from Kamapala to Kibale NP? From Kibale NP I want to go to Bwindi. Is these local transport or car/driver for hire?
31 July 2014|
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"Self-contained cottages cost a bit more than tents, but we liked having our own bathroom."