The Bwindi Community Hospital Guest House, aka Bwindi Guest House is a guest service facility owned and operated by BCH. It exists to support the work of doctors and volunteers within the Hospital, Nursing School and Batwa Development Program. We welcome visitors and tourists from all over the world to enjoy our homes, meals and interact with the other visitors and volunteers who also stay here.
The main attraction in south-western Uganda is the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, a World Heritage Site. It is composed of 331 sq. kilometers (128 sq. mi.) of both mountain and lowland forest and is accessible only on foot. The park contains half of the world's endangered mountain gorillas along with colobus monkeys, chimpanzees, over 300 species of birds and much more. Bwindi Guest House is ideally situated to take full advantage of the park and other attractions in the region.
Most tourists are here to see the Mountain Gorillas but often are intrigued by the Batwa people or getting to know the community and life that goes on. Bwindi Guest House is available to host not just hospital volunteers but all guests who are looking for an affordable, safe and friendly environment in which to stay as they explore all the region has to offer.