Ruboni Community Camp activities and prices

You should stay at these two community lodges during your trip to Uganda. Owned and run by
the local communities living next to the most popular National Parks of Uganda, they offer a story of
both wildlife and culture, showcasing how they have lived all their life with the animals, including those
as large as the elephants and as hostiles as the Lions, king of the jungle.

Ruboni community camp

Location: Rwenzori mountains National park
Activities: The activities offered by Ruboni Community camp include; accommodation, village tours,
Rwenzori trekking, traditional dances, and other cultural experiences

Prices for the year 2022: (as prices may change without prior notice, kindly contact us for current prices)

  • Non-self-contained room 20$ per person on BB
  • Self-contained rooms 25$ per person on BB
  • Village guided tour 15$ (3-4 hours)
  • Village hill trek tour 15$ (3-4 hours)
  • Village forest walk tour 15$ (3-4 hours)
  • Overnight hill trek 100$ (1 night)
  • Mahoma trail loop package 460$ (3 days)
  • Rwenzori trekking to margarita 1250$ (7 days)

Other unique activities you can participate in, off the tourist network;

  • The traditional hunting demo tour
  • Banana wine making and tasting experience
  • Vanilla farming experience
  • Local homestead visits or overnight stays
  • Local life experiences as you cook, dance, and make crafts.
  • Visiting the community visitor center to mix with the locals at leisure as you share the hottest
  • local gossip.
Ruboni restaurant terrance

The elephant home

Location: Queen Elizabeth National Park
Activities: The activities offered by the elephant home include; accommodation, village tours, wildlife
safaris, Kazinga channel boat cruise, Lion tracking experience, bodaboda safaris, Chimp tracking, and the
crater lakes tour.

Prices for the year 2022: (as prices may change without prior notice, kindly contact us for current prices)

  • Non-self-contained safari tent 20$ per person on BB
  • Self-contained rooms 25$ per person on BB
  • Village guided tour 10$ per person
  • Kahokya hill village trek 15$ per person
  • Kazinga channel boat cruise 30$ per person (excluding park entrance fee)
  • Wildlife safari in Kasenyi 100$ per person excluding park entrance fee)
  • The crater lakes tour 20$ per person,
  • Chimp tracking in Kyambura 50$ per person excluding the park entrance fee
  • Bodaboda safari 20$ per person


Please note: the park entrance fee of 40$ per person covers 24 hours and can cater to all activities you
do in the park within that 24 hours window. This means, that one entrance fee can allow you to do the boat cruise, game drive, and chimp tracking if they are done on the same day.

  • We have another off-the-tourist network, and unique activities you can participate in. they include;
  • The traditional hunting demo tour
  • Banana wine tasting experience
  • Vanilla farming experience
  • Local homestead visits or overnight stays
  • Local life experience as you cook, dance, make crafts, and share the hottest local gossip.
  • Visiting the community visitor center to mix with the locals at leisure as you buy local gifts
Elephant home twin room

Payments:

Payment is easy too. You have access to several flexible payment options in US Dollars or Uganda shillings;

  • Wire transfer to the bank account
  • Instant payment by remitly.com or any other platform
  • Credit card payment
  • Cash on arrival.


I mention it again; please contact us to find out the current prices, since they may change without prior
notice. For more inquiries, contact us through this website via email, phone call, or WhatsApp.

Tourism Benefits distribution:

These lodges are fully owned and run by the local communities. All the money spent on this facility goes
back onto the community improving the local standards of living, supporting environment conservation, and enhancing resilience to the impacts of climate change. If you want to explore and learn more about
how these benefits reach out to the community members, you can ask to visit some of the beneficiary
projects in the area. Besides, we have volunteer packages where guests can stay longer to participate in
community development and conservation initiatives supported by tourism.