The camp consists of several simple buildings in a large clearing in the Budongo Forest. You’ll stay in a single room that contains a bed, bedding, mosquito net, reading desk, and chair. All rooms are connected to solar electricity. There are three pit latrines on the site, which are shared by all. You’ll have access to a warm shower every evening after a long day’s work. Water used at the camp is harvested off the roofs or taken from the Sonso River, so frugal use is necessary.
Your evening meals will be prepared by cooks and will include rice, chapatis, potatoes, spaghetti, beans, beef, fish, groundnuts (peanuts), cow peas, assorted fresh vegetables and fruits, and eggs. You will also be served local foods such as cassava, stewed bananas (matooke), and maize bread (ugali or posho). Breakfast will be Western style.