Kyambura Safari Lodge
New, contemporary eco lodge in western Uganda. "This eight-cottage lodge, housed in a converted coffee processing plant, has sweeping views of both the thickly wooded Kyambura Gorge and the wonderfully biodiverse Queen Elizabeth National Park. The 764-square-mile park is home to almost 100 mammal species and more than 600 species of birds, thanks to its varied habitat, from papyrus swamps to crater lakes to open, rolling savannah. Kyambura Gorge is contemporary and luxe, built from locally sourced, environmentally friendly materials fitted and made my local craftsmen." [Vogue]. In the attached review of "extraordinary" new jungle / safari adventures (helicopter safaris are the new buzz), Sophy Roberts for the FT remarks about Kyambura Gorge Safari Lodge, "Here, chimpanzees are the lure."