Bwindi Café and Bar is with no doubt one of the favorite places by most tourists to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. It is an affordable place to grab the best local meal –lunch or dinner while on gorilla safari in Bwindi National Park.
The Bwindi Bar was officially opened to guests in 2015. It is set not far from the Volcanoes Safaris Bwindi Lodge along the edge of the lush Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. If you are looking for the most affordable bar and restaurant, then you have all the reasons to be at the Bwindi Bar.
Bwindi Café and Bar is one of the best places where you can enjoy a variety of teas, juices and coffee plus a tasty breakfast. At Bwindi Bar, guests are guaranteed a remarkable blend of local and international tastes.
Aside from delicious meals, this bar also offers a practical training institution for local disadvantaged youths living adjacent to Buhoma sector of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. This is through the Volcanoes Safaris Partnership Trust (VSPT), a non-organization which connects Volcanoes’ Rwanda and Uganda luxury safari lodges to local communities and conservation activities. It is a perfect training ground for future hospitality workers not only to Volcanoes facilities but also in the surrounding areas.
The initiative equips the trainees with skills so as to obtain a successful employment in the hospitality. Part of equipping locals with skills includes engaging in internships when the trainees after the 3 months’ training.
The most famous options at Bwindi Bar include the Rolex, a tasty Ugandan snack of an amelette rolled up in a chapatti. The bar comes with superb ambiance, a perfect place to connect with locals and nature. The meals (food and drinks) serviced are locally-inspired. It is an ideal location for couples and friends to grab something for themselves. Bwindi Café and Bar boasts of its impressive setup and warm welcoming staff.
About the VSPT –Volcanoes Safaris Partnership Trust
The VSPT is a non-profit organization in Uganda, an initiative that links Volcanoes Safaris Lodges to the conservation activities and local communities. It is funded through Volcanoes Safaris and its visitors plus the private donations. It is intended to enriching the livelihoods of local communities, promote great ape consideration, restoring the natural habitats and collaborate with local residents in the adjacent communities. It also works together with the stakeholders and overall, this is intended to minimize the human-wildlife conflicts.