Buhoma Community Development Association (BCDA) is a community based business enterprise initiated and managed by the local community around Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (BINP). It was created in 1993 to enable local people to earn a living in a sustainable way, promoting the conservation of the unique local ecosystem.

BCDA runs Buhoma Community Rest Camp, where travellers can stay in clean, well-maintained traditional Bandas (huts), or at camping grounds on the edge of the forest. Both African and Western food is served at a mini bar and restaurant, and a craft centre sells local goods

Another project is a community based Tour and Travel Company, Bwindi Eco-Tours. Members of the local community are trained to be tourist guides showing visitors the local wildlife.

While you are in Uganda you could visit the source of the Nile at Jinja, step over the Equator, sail on Lake Victoria and see a huge range of wildlife at the national parks.