Mahogany Springs Lodge

Mahogany Springs Lodge is a new luxury lodge in the Buhoma, Northern side of Bwindi. Mahogany Springs is located on its own private section of the Munyanga River and the gorillas can regularly be viewed from the terraces crossing the river outside the lodge. Mahogany Springs offers privacy and serenity blended with optimal comfort in a spectacular setting. At Mahogany Springs it is the little touches that make the big difference, from the tiny details in the design of the lodge through to the unrivaled service levels provided by the highly trained management team.

Suites at Mahogany Springs Lodge

The lodge has 6 luxury and spacious suites, all with 2 double beds and en-suite facilities. Each cottage has its own private elevated terrace with chairs, table and stunning panoramic views. The suites are spacious with large double doors and beautiful windows. There are power points in the rooms as well as a dressing table/desk. All suites have large en-suite bathrooms with a gorgeously designed open terracotta shower. For added comfort and peace of mind all the suites have an advanced mosquito net system that wraps around the entire area of the beds.

Activities at Mahogany Springs Lodge

Track the Gorillas; meet the Batwa tribe or plant a tree at Mahogany Springs, cultural and personal enrichment is never far away.

The main attraction at Mahogany Springs is Gorilla tracking. The experience is impossible to put into words. Track the Gorillas on foot through the forest until you find them and when you do, spend around 1 hour watching them interact. This must be booked by your tour operator prior to arrival.

Some of the other activities on offer are:

Bird Watching – experienced bird watchers are known to identify up to 100 species a day in Bwindi. Bwindi contains 90% of all Albertine rift Endemic such as; the Short-tailed Warbler, Rusty-faced woodland Warbler, Bar-tailed Trogon, Gruel’s Rush Warbler, Wilcock’s Honey-guide, Yellow-eyed black Fly-catcher, Kivu Ground Thrush, Dusky Crimson Wing, White-tailed Blue Monarch among many others, difficult or impossible to see in any other part of East Africa.

Tree Planting – Offset some of the carbon you have used on your trip by planting a tree or shrub within our grounds. Once you have taken part in this activity you can feature on our tree planting gallery if you agree. This activity must be booked by your tour operator prior to arrival – check out our tree planting gallery, you could feature here.

Various nature walks – Take a beautiful walk through various trails in the forest to the see waterfalls and other marvels. This must be booked through your tour operator or locally.

Meet the Batwa (Pigmies) – The Batwa tribe better known as the Pigmies only began leaving their forest homes around 15 years ago and still live locally. For the opportunity to meet them please book this activity with your tour operator or locally.

Garden Tour – Ask our Head Chef Subedi to give you a guided tour of our Vegetable garden so you can see that we only use the freshest ingredients.

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