Bisate Lodge in Rwanda rests in a natural amphitheatre formed by a long-dormant volcano. Architecturally designed and decorated to pay homage to Rwandan traditions and culture, the lodge is the perfect combination of contemporary luxury and authentic heritage.
Located just a short drive from Volcanoes National Park’s entrance, Bisate Lodge is ideal for guests wanting to embark on once-in-a-lifetime gorilla and monkey treks or guided hikes. Natural history tours should also be on the list of things to do involving a visit to Dian Fossey’s grave and research centre as well as local museum. Rwanda is also renowned for its coffee beans - be sure to embark on a delectable coffee tastings or explore the culture and community on a guided walk.
Intimate yet generous accommodation takes the form of six Forest Villas, each with striking views of three ancient volcanoes. Beautiful, domed bedrooms come alive with richly decorated interiors while the reception space is aglow with warmth from a central fireplace. Each villa has been designed to maximise the comfort and experience of its guest whilst upholding high environmental and cultural principles, adding to its individuality.