With the motto of living ‘Luxury Naturally’ the Sanctuary Retreat’s, Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camps is an excellent amalgamation of luxury and wildlife. Set amidst the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, a UNESCO World Heritage Site – and for good reason. Its main attraction may be its mountain gorillas but it has much more to offer. This elegant tented accommodation, surrounded by the breathtaking mountain landscapes, will bring you as close to nature as possible without compromising on luxuries. It is one of the best spots in the world for tracking mountain gorillas. The only accommodation located within the national park, the camp boasts an unrivalled location with exceptional wildlife and birdlife viewing opportunities. The crowned jewel of the camp is the communal area which boasts a comfortable lounge, a well-stocked bar and a dining area.
The camp can be accessed by flight from Entebbe to Kihihi, followed by a 2 hour drive. Drive. Alternatively, one can access it from Kampala which is a 10 hour drive to Bwindi, or from Kigali in Rwanda which is 8 hours away.
One of the best examples of sustainable accommodation with no compromise on luxury.
Spectacular location with a view of serene African mountain landscapes.
Bwindi is a feast for the senses sporting sports volcanoes, jagged valleys, waterfalls and lakes.
Its remote location is ideal for nature lovers
Gorillas are often seen on the camp.
Perfectly positioned stays for tracking mountain Gorillas
An experience of a life time with an opportunity to interact and explore the culture of the oldest Batwa tribe.
Guided Gorilla Tracks in the rainforest. (only children above 15 will be allowed)
Dining under the stars at the communal lounge
Enjoy an evening drink in the cosy bar and dining cottage overlooking the rainforest.
Learn the Batwa Tribe Culture with a full day activity programme
Bird walks with expert local guides.
Forest Walks in the Bwindi Park.
Explore the wildlife in their natural habitat with the Queen Elizabeth National Park Drives.
Community Walks to meet the friendly locals and observe their daily activities in the nearby villages
Forest walks to Munyaga Waterfall