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Spending an overnight at gorilla mist camp – gorilla safari news

gorilla mist camp- safari lodges in UgandaThe Uganda gorilla trekking safari region of Ruhija in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park is perched on a raised altitudinal landscapes presenting one of the challenging trekking experiences that you can have while on safari in Uganda.
The Gorilla Mist Camp is locate in the Ruhija region which is the home of the three habituated gorilla families namely Bitukura, Oruzogo and Kyaguriro which are always tracked by world travelers on their gorilla safaris in Uganda. Thus mid-range/Standard accommodation establishment is on the boundaries of the park about five minutes’ drive from the starting point for the gorilla trekking encounter.
Gorilla Mist Camp is a privately owned accommodation facility with good staff levels and impressive cottages that offer comfortable overnight stay to travellers on gorilla safaris in Uganda. The structures are eco-friendly and the rooms are clean and well maintained. The electric lighting is present while raised decks of the cottages offer impressive views of the forest. This keeps travellers on a safari in Uganda close to nature thus forgetting about the urban stress that marks their daily life back at home.
The Gorilla Mist camp has spacious restaurant, lounge and a bar area where dishes and drinks that range from local to International stature are served with courteous staff. The beds in the rooms are very comfortable and the beddings are heavy enough to neutralize the coldness of Ruhija. Also supplementary warm water containers are provided at night to generate extra heat as this region is at times very cold. The rooms also feature bathtubs, hot and warm running water. The combination of this generates memorable stay for travellers on gorilla safaris to Uganda.
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