Engagi Lodge Bwindi

Engagi Lodge next to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is a modern lodge in a breathtaking setting offering stunning views over the forest canopy. The lodge is situated on a large tract of land contagious to the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park and runs from the main road to the Park Headquarters down to the Munyaga River. The lodge has been built using local materials and a local workforce. It is constructed from rocks found in and around the site and eucalyptus trees while the rooms are thatched from banana fiber sourced from local farmers. The main lodge building is divided into a bar cum sitting room, the dining room, and a large outdoor verandah viewing platform. The lodge building is big enough to cater to larger groups but still allows for smaller individual groups to spread out in the various different areas for privacy. The lodge is open-ended at the front allowing a dramatic view of the Bwindi forest from every corner inside the building. The lodge consists of just eight unsuited cottages, spaced out and hidden in foliage. Each cottage has either double or twin beds, a bathroom with flushing toilets, and hot and cold running water. All have private verandahs where guests can enjoy their morning tea or coffee as they watch out over the forest canopy. Electricity is provided by solar power with a backup generator. Hot water is supplied by eco-friendly wood-burning boilers. The main reception area has been built up near the Buhoma road and has a large secure car park; both of these are a good distance away from the main lodge buildings.

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