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We stayed at Gorilla Resort Camp for two nights during our honeymoon and this is by far the best place we stayed in during our 3 weeks in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania! Our tent was comfortable with great views and the staff was brilliant. They even made a cake for us as we were on our honeymoon!

We had a great time here at Gorilla Resort in Bwindi Forest National Park Uganda. Service was great and just a short minute drive from Bwindi Impenetrable NP for gorilla tracking.

I shared a room with a friend and we each had our own big beds. The bathroom was quite unique as well.

They offer complimentary laundry service to guests as a part of the price inclusions.

The view from our room and dining area was really nice too.

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The is also a stretch of little shops for tourists to purchase souvenirs about less than 5 minutes walk up the road (heading to Bwindi NP).

Our tent was lovely for what it was a quite large as we had two double beds in there. The views from our tent, and in fact the entire property, were spectacular.

The staff was very friendly and accommodating and yes cleaned our boots to perfection.

They do offer a free laundry service although don't count on using it as it rained almost non stop throughout our stay and hence there would be no chance to dry any laundry!!

We slept warm and cosy and the hot water bottles were a nice touch.

The staff was very friendly and helpful and made our stay enjoyable.
I'm surprised at how slippery the path from the restaurant to the tents is when wet, considering the amount of rain they receive, hence I wouldn't recommend this place for older or less able guests, a fall on the path would not be nice!

We heard that other lodges had walkie talkies in the tents to allow communication with reception; this would be a big plus to avoid walking up and down the slippery path.

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