Rushaga gorilla havens lodge Rushaga sector Bwindi forest
Rushaga Gorilla havens lodge Rushaga sector Bwindi forest
Rushaga Gorilla havens lodge is a perfect value-for-money accommodation located 30 minutes drive to the Rushaga gorilla trekking sector gate, the lodge has one of the most romantic views of Bwindi impenetrable national park, this lodge is locally owned and is built in its simplest form possible to give guests that perfect comfort during their stay. We highly recommend this lodge for budget accommodation in the Rushaga sector of the Bwindi forest.
Rushaga Gorilla havens lodge Capacity
The lodge has 12 perfectly perched cottages located on the cliff directly overlooking the mighty Bwindi forest and the rolling hills of southwestern Uganda, with bathrooms, and private decks for your privacy and relaxation after the gorilla trekking experience in Bwindi forest.
Location of Rushaga gorilla havens lodge
Rushaga Gorilla havens lodge is located in the Rushaga gorilla trekking region south of Bwindi impenetrable national park in the Kisoro district bordering the Virunga volcanoes, the lodge is only 30 minutes easy drive to the starting point for gorilla trekking in Rushaga region.
How to get to Rushaga gorilla havens lodge
Rushaga Gorilla havens lodge can be accessed from either Entebbe or Kampala or else from the Rwandan capital Kigali. Most of our budget Uganda gorilla trekking safaris will start from Rwanda as it’s only a 5-6 hours scenic drive compared to 9-10 hours from Entebbe/ Kampala and if you are on our regular safaris then you will more likely access the lodge from Queen Elizabeth national park or Lake Mburo national park respectively.
Things to do while staying at Rushaga gorilla havens lodge
- Gorilla trekking experience
- Gorilla habituation experience
- Bird-watching tours
- Nature walks
- Batwa pygmy visits
- Golden monkey trekking
- Day trips to Lake Mutanda for boat cruises and canoeing.
Lodge grade by Wilderness Explorers Africa
Our experts’ rate this lodge 8/10 the best budget place to stay in the Rushaga gorilla trekking region of Bwindi forest.