Le Bamboo Gorilla Lodge
The Le Bambou Gorilla Lodge
The lodge is strategically located on the edges of Volcanoes gorilla park, and is a perfect place to stay while on your gorilla tour in Rwanda. It is highly recommend for mid range and budget accommodation, offered to groups, families, couples and single travelers.
About the Lodge
Feel the Volcano and Gorillas around
Le Bamboo Gorilla Lodge, Volcanoes Park
Le Bambou Gorilla Lodge has an unrivaled reputation for refreshment. Well suited for you being away from home yet feel at home. The lodge provides you the best facilities, the most opulent furnishings and the highest quality service for the esteemed guest.
In Le Bambou Gorilla Lodge, you have choice from 9 self contained rooms. Each one has:
– Hair dryer
-Bed, chairs and wardrobe in bamboo.
-A fireplace (wood-burning)
-These are all individual rooms, each with its own private bath
– view of the valley year-round.
– Warm water from 5:00PM to 7:00 AM
Discounted rates are offered for residents of Rwanda, diplomats, international wholesalers, travel agents and tour operators
Bed, breakfast and self-catering accommodation in Kinigi – Virunga National Park staying in LE BAMBOU GORILLA LODGE is a convenient and affordable way to stay in the Virunga National Park entrance. There are single rooms, twin beds and triple beds.
With quality cuisine, you will find a world of difference at every meal, and in a new and original environment every time. Enter a world of delectable flavours for the memorable experiences.
Enjoy the many delights on the extensive “à la carte menu”. Gahinga Restaurant is a great spot to enjoy a relaxed lunch or dinner with exquisite food and a selection of international and local dishes.
The local-grown fruits and vegetables allow us to entertain the vegetarians and other individuals with dietary restrictions. The dinners combine fresh Riboke ingredients to create a unique fusion of African, French, Italian and American tastes.
Le Bamboo Gorilla Lodge – Bed
-Gorilla permits booking
-Bird watching & walking
-Twin lakes visits (Burera and Ruhondo ) in Burera District.
-Visit to local markets
-Visit to local schools
-Visit to “IBY’IWACU CULTURAL VILLAGE”
-Diana Fosseys grave hiking