Le Bambou Gorilla Lodge

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Details of Le Bambou Gorilla Lodge

All thefurniture is made of bamboo by local people. All their rooms are equipped with en-suite bathrooms with mini bars and lodge provides packed lunch for gorilla trackers. Each room is made in form of a great bungalow fully furnished each apart in a beautiful vegetation area.

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Le Bambou Gorilla Lodge has an unrivaled reputation for relaxation. Well suited for you being away from home yet feel at home!

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