Api Tourism

THESE PROJECTS ARE RUN BY LOCAL COMMUNITY GROUPS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THEIR COMMUNITY. BEES ABROAD HAS NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE VISIT AND ARRANGEMENTS ARE MADE ENTIRELY AT THE VISITOR’S OWN RISK.

Api Tourism

This project led by CIBIC (Community Initiatives for Biodiversity Conservation) and funded by Bees Abroad is right at the entrance to the Forest. The project supports the Bwindi Batwa tribe who were hunter gathers until they were forcibly ejected from the forest.

Api Tourism

The village of Kishermoruak is a short drive from the reserve entrance. Here Bees Abroad supports and trains a group of 30 women – “The Mothers of Kishermoruak”.

Api Tourism

This project led by LIDEFO (Liberty Development Foundation) is based in Kasese which is on the main road shortly before the park.