Ride 4 A Woman – Mountain Bike Rides – Buhoma at Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
Nature plus Village Mountain Bicycles Guided Rides at Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, enjoy a mountain bike ride within Bwindi to support the local adjacent community and the Ride 4 a Woman organization. get pleasure from the exciting scenery of the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest or opt for a bike ride in the village.
The Ride 4 a Woman Organization offers a brand-new activity enjoyed at Buhoma that allows visitor to partake a variety of Bicycle rides within the forest and within the local community. Those people that participate in such activities directly offer support the neighboring community. The mountain bike ride ventures in Bwindi are managed by a woman’s group which offers trained guides, a repair -shop for these bikes and every participant that helps in this program receives direct reimbursement from visitors to Buhoma enjoying a ride on the bike.
Ride 4 Woman Trails for Mountain Biking
Ride 4 a Woman – Forest Trail: This is a 3 hr guided bicycle-ride within the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, with emphasis on birding, or just enjoying this very old forest.
A Bike Ride to River Ivy and later return with a lot to see on the way like monkeys, occasional chimpanzees or if lucky Mountain Gorillas, squirrels as well as duikers.
The guides are all expertly trained in identifying any things that visitors may otherwise miss-out. For the devoted or novice bikers, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest offers the ideal setting for such activity. Remember that altitude is a factor here because Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is among of the higher places in Uganda.
Carry along a snack plus plenty of drinking water to take during the breaks within the forest.
Ride 4 a Woman – Village Bike Ride: it is a 2 hour alternative that trails the route followed when on the village walk, although you will be on a mountain bike. Fortunately, there isn’t much traffic; it is just you and the locals of Buhoma.
During this bike ride visitors learn about the lifestyles of the Batwa as well as Bagika people and will see as well as learn things they knew nothing about.
tour the fascinating craft center, the traditional medicinal healer with his different medicines collected from the forest, the gin distillery and the banana brewery, Mukono Primary School, as well as the river to see women washing their clothes in addition to observe the plentiful of butterflies on the adjacent rock and above all the Batwa-Pygmy community. Do All this on a mountain bike in the company of a private guide to answer any question as well as point out the various things in this community.