Mahogany Springs sits in a truly unique spot, where two very different landscapes collide. Whilst staying at the lodge clients can witness two different environments with cultivation on one side of the lodge and on the other, conservation.
The conservation area shows the beautiful natural scenery Bwindi Forest has to offer, this forest protects the abundance of wildlife and of course the ever famous gorillas found in Uganda. The cultivation side supports the local community through crop growth and various forms of farming. Mahogany Springs' location makes for some spectacular views and photography of the parallel landscapes. It really does provide the best of both worlds and is the perfect base for clients to begin their various activities.
Mahogany Springs offers comfort, peace and tranquility by being located on the edge of the forest, providing stunning panoramic views, whilst being still close enough to all activities.
ACTIVITIES IN BWINDI
The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is a UNESCO world heritage site due to its natural beauty, a region that combines waterfalls, mountain ranges, volcanoes and grand landscapes. There are many activities clients can take part in whilst staying in Bwindi, the four key activities that are most popular when staying at Mahogany Springs are the famous gorilla trekking experience, observing the endemic birds in Bwindi forest, visiting The Batwa Tribe and no trip is complete without trying local cuisine at The Bwindi Bar.
STAY AT MAHOGANY SPRINGS
All rooms at Mahogany Springs are spacious with en-suite bathrooms and all have private terraces with panoramic views over the forest. There are 4 room types at Mahogany Springs, the Superior Suite, the Honeymoon Suite, the Presidential/Family Suite with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and lounge and new for 2018 is the Bird View Suite that is ideally situated above the Munyanga River, incapsulating a sheer abundance of birdlife.
Prices start from: $315ppn for a double room, for more information on Mahogany Springs, please contact Kristina Harlow.