Get a quote: +256771026496
info@trotsandsafari.com
Offers and Updates

Latest news from around the world

Primate Lodge Kibale

Primate Lodge Kibale

Primate Lodge Kibale

Experience the world renowned Ugandan hospitality amidst unrivaled nature, scenery and serenity in the heart of Kibale rainforest National Park, Uganda’s primates’ paradise and home to over 13 different species of primates and numerous other mammals, butterflies and birds. 

Location of Primate Lodge Kibale

Primate Lodge Kibale’s principal edge is our location, tucked deep in the forest and right next door to the starting point for Chimpanzee tracking excursion as well as the incredible Chimpanzee Habituation, really, two of the most genuinely breath-taking wildlife experiences on the planet.

Room Type at Primate Lodge Kibale

All of our nine spacious and en-suite Luxury Cottages, each secluded deep in the forest for maximum privacy and a natural ‘living in nature’ feel, come complete with 2x Double size Bed or 1x King Size Bed, a sitting area with two comfortable arm chairs, a reading table and an adjoining large veranda with excellent views to the forest.

Primate Lodge Kibale
Primate Lodge Kibale

We also have a honeymoon cottage as a double occupancy, it is very popular with honeymooners, anniversaries and the ‘hopeless romantics’ who can also enjoy private lounging and dining at the extensive cottage and a private veranda that seems to go right into the forest.

Other lodge amenities include a massage parlor, spacious dining terrace, a well-stocked bar, complimentary room service, a secluded lounge area with a small library, an evening campfire, free laundry service as well as free Wi-Fi in the public areas.

Rack rates – validity period 1st January 2023 – 31th December 2023
ALL PRICES ARE PER PERSON, PER NIGHT

Luxury Cottagates High Season Low Season
Private & En-Suite Full Board

High Season Low Season
Double occupancy USD 470 USD 400
Single occupancy USD 640 USD 500
Honeymoon cottage USD 600 USD 500
Extra bed USD 245 USD 200

SEASONS

Low seasons: 1st March– 31st May and 1st October – 30th November
High seasons: 1st January – 28th February, 1st June – 30th September and 1st December – 31st December

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You might be interested in …

Translate »