Ruboni Community Camp is a situated at the main gate of Rwenzori Mountains of the Moon in western Uganda. It is positioned on the hill side with the finest views of the mountains of the moon. All accommodations have a balcony to maximize the views. It is basically the superlative way to network with the indigenous people and enjoy the natural legacy of western Uganda.
Ruboni Community Camp is possessed by the Ruboni Community to counterbalance the direct community burden on the Rwenzori Mountain National Park, which is a world heritage site. All of the incomes go to the local municipal to fund preservation and public development. Tourism cars are used for supportable community development and preservation.
The camp is composed of Bandas which are small self-contained with running water cottages, each in its reserved setting, with a terrace where you can sit and enjoy the mountain views. In the rooms and in the Bandas you have two twin beds with mosquito netting delivered by the Camp.
There are also private rooms that use shared wash close to the restaurant of the Ruboni Community Camp. One of the rooms has a washroom in it and hot water will be brought upon request. The water you have here is supplied from a nearby spring.
The Restaurant serves Ugandan local meals and international Food. The friendly and good caring staff will be available for you to serve you from where you may wish to have your dinner breakfast or lunch. The Chefs are well trained in part by the upmarket Equator Snow Lodge. You will certainly not go hungry here.
Ruboni Community Camp offers reliable involvements with community participation including hill climb, forest walks, village walks, traditional dance, home stays and handicrafts purchases. One can choose to camp, within the community to catch a glimpse of the highest margarita peak without paying park entrance fees. Ruboni Community Camp has secured an indigenous forest area by the park edges which is used for nature walks; and is like walking inside the park itself.
Other activities include Rwenzori Mountain climbing, which is the best way to see the gorillas. You can also do game drives in the Queen Elizabeth National Park; and chimp-tracking in Kibale Forest National Park.