Turaco Treetops was built to create a unique forest experience where nature, quality, comfort and affordability meet. The lodge comprises 8 luxury cottages and 8 standard rooms, all fitted with hot showers, extra-long beds, large windows and outside wooden decks, providing splendid views over Kibale Forest. Grab a drink, relax, and notice that the Great Blue Turaco and Red Tail Monkeys are enjoying the forest too.
The main lodge hosts a restaurant and bar, and a cosy fire place. Make sure you don’t miss the sunset behind the snowcapped Rwenzori Mountains from our first-floor lounge deck or take a dip in our refreshing pool after a day full of adventure.
We welcome families with children of all ages and cater for their needs with an outdoor kids’ playground, and an indoor kids room in our main lodge. Exploring the world can’t start young enough.
Turaco Treetops is committed to conservation and reforestation. The lodge runs on solar power and nearly half of the lodge premises are a re-forested boundary zone between the community land and Kibale National Park. To increase its impact – and in loving memory of one of its founding partners Chris Roberts – the team behind Turaco Treetops is currently establishing the Chris Robert Forest Foundation (CRFF), a non-profit that will focus on enlarging the boundary zone, protecting wildlife, the promotion of biodiversity and the development of agroforestry models that support the eco-system and farming communities alike. Turaco Treetops is, in addition, keen on unlocking other conservation initiatives for its guests in the Kibale Forest area of which the Bigodi Swamp Walk of Community Based Organization KAFRED and the birding experience at Sunbird Hill Research and Monitoring site are examples.