“Your stopover to and from Bwindi Impenetrable Forest”
bwindi ttravellers motel butogotaLocated in the middle of Butogota Trading Center 15 kilometers (20 minutes) from Bwindi National Park HQ . Butogota is on the main route to the National Park.
The magnificent structure of this motel is a peaceful haven located overlooking the border post that divides the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Uganda.
This is the ideal place to stay when Gorilla tracking in Bwindi National Park, perfectly placed to provide a base for visitors to the park and other local attractions. The Byumba Village complex is one such local attraction 20 minutes from Bwindi and the Itangaro Falls one hour away.
Accommodation with rooms that our extremely quiet and conducive to contemplation, meditation or studying.
Single rooms: Ush 20,000/- or US$10 per night inc breakfast.
Double Rooms: Ush 30,000/- or US$15 per night inc breakfast.
Hot/warm showers and free laundry service are included in the above tariff. All double and single rooms have shared bathroom facilities.
Drivers and Guides receive free accommodation but not breakfast.
The Motel has it’s own bar and restaurant where local and international meals are served on request. Additionally the motel is home to the Mubwindi gift and crafts shop stocking a range of local crafts.
The motel offers a taxi service to and from Bwindi National Park for those trekking Gorilla’s. Transport to Lake Bunyonyi and Kabale can be arranged and the motel will take care of bus reservations for your return journey to Kampala.
Our courteous and friendly staff will endeavor to make you feel at home away from home.
The drive from Kampala to Kabale is 5-7 hours. It is an additional 100 kilometers via Kanungu and Bulema to Butogota. There is a public bus service from Kampala to Butogota Mondays to Fridays.
Bookings can be arranged through the Uganda Community Based Tourism Association Offices in Kampala or the Uganda Tourist Boards office.
The Village Complex
This is a multi-cultural village complex that showcases the indigenous lifestyles of most of Uganda’s tribes in their natural habitat, especially those living around Bwindi National Park. The site attracts a large number of tourists that are not only visiting Bwindi National Park for Gorilla trekking.
Nature walks to the Itangaro Falls and tours of the Kayonza Tea Estate can also be arranged on request