Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Wins Certificate of Excellence Award
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in South-Western Uganda has won the prestigious Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor, which honours businesses that consistently earn top ratings from TripAdvisor travellers.
Volcanoes Safaris is no stranger to winning awards and Marketing Manager Marta Barberini was thrilled to hear that Bwindi Impenetrable National Park has now been given award winning status.
“We are so pleased that one of our most popular lodges, Bwindi Lodge is affiliated with Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, the now award winning attraction,”
“We of course want to thank all of our guests and staff as well as the travel media for acknowledging the success of the Park and subsequently our lodge.”
TripAdvisor is the world's largest travel site that recognises the power of travellers' feedback.' We are proud to recognise the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest for earning exceptional traveller rating over the past year,' confirmed Christine Petersen, the President Trip Advisor for Business. The CAM Bwindi Impenetrable Conservation Area Pontious Ezuma says that this certificate is a testimony to the reliably high standards in the park.
Volcanoes has operated its Bwindi Lodge next to the National Park with great success for over ten years and have enjoyed bringing guests to this remarkable natural landscape, not least because of the magical mountain gorillas that call the forest home. The lodge has been built close enough to the forest to feel a part of it and the gorillas don't see a difference, either, having been known to come for a visit occasionally, much to the delight of our staff and guests.
At this stunning eco-lodge with eight bandas, clients can spend the day on the terrace, which juts out into the forest, mesmerized by its exotic sounds watching primates and birds in the canopy. The walk to the river through regenerated bush we have carefully nurtured as a buffer zone is magical. The lodge is an hour's flight from Entebbe, a long drive day's drive from Kampala or six hours' drive from Kigali.
The safari lodge overlooks the primeval Bwindi forest home to gorillas, monkeys, chimpanzees and birds. Tracking gorillas in the so-called ‘impenetrable' forest is a magical experience.
For more information on booking a safari to our Bwindi Lodge, contact one of our sales team or visit http://www.volcanoessafaris.com/