Kanyanchu is the focal point for tourism activities found in the central part of the park. The main tourist attraction is the opportunity to track chimpanzee in their habitation of this rainforest. A group of chimpanzee has been habituated in this forest since 1991.
The resort is situated approximately 20 km’s outside Fort Portal in the western part of Uganda. It borders Kibale Forest National Park, one of the most beautiful tropical forests in the country with stunning bird and insect life and 13 species of primates, including a unique population of more than 1400 chimpanzees.
Volcanoes Bwindi Lodge comprises 8 thatched-roof bandas with en suite facilities. The camp has 8 wooden thatched bandas with dining and relaxation areas set amidst diversity of forest life. The lodge consists of several secluded self-contained standing tents, carved into individual clearings in the surrounding scrub.