Are you looking to experience luxury in Africa’s jungle? Then look no further than Bisate Lodge, one of the most amazing upmarket Safari Lodges within Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda’s Northern Province. From experience unmatched comfort in its luxurious villas on the slopes of eroded Volcanic Craters to relishing incredible views through the curtains of the mist of two of the eight Virunga Volcanoes (Karisimbi and Bisoke).
This stupendous accommodation facility is snugged within the edge of Volcanoes National Park, the base of gorilla trekking in Rwanda but the comfort, as well as awe-inspiring experiences provided here, are unmatched.
Accommodation options and different in-room amenities at Bisate Lodge
Since its establishment in 2017, the incredible Bisate Lodge has bagged over 34 awards and still continues to persuade travelers looking for World-class travel experiences. Present here are 6 en-suite Forest Villas that properly blend into the country’s diverse cultures. Additionally, the Lodge commands unrivaled cultural interactions and contemporary and health-conscious dining experiences in addition to buoyant hospitality that when combined with the breathtaking views makes travelers’ stay memorable.
The Bisate Lodge Forest Villas are beautifully carved in conical shape (pod-like) with beautiful thatched roofs and are hidden in the heart of a lush rainforest. Interestingly, they also boast of large balconies that open into the phenomenal views of nearby Volcanoes- Karisimbi and Bisoke. Their outstanding traditional designs, as well as shapes, also bring out the true picture of Rwandan culture while the elegant interiors will stop at nothing in providing maximum comfort and warmth to guests as they make the most of incredible views.
Being spacious, each of the Villas covers an area of 979 square feet and provides one of the World-class intimacies with blends of an airy en-suite bedroom, warm fireplace as well as heating during the cold or warm weather. There is also a private bathroom, large reception area, free Wi-Fi in the Villas, mini-bar, luggage space, coffee/tea maker, and most importantly magnificent views enjoyed from the comfort of private decks that face the beautiful Karisimbi and Bisoke Volcanoes.
Other Facilities and amenities enjoyed by Bisate Lodge guests
Bisate Lodge provides one of the finest dining options in form of traditional Rwandan dishes, exotic salads, typical South African reds, fish, the Asian-spiced pork, and different farm-to-table dishes that come along with fresh tropical fruits like Plantain, Avocado, pineapples, mangoes, Papaya, climbing beans, wild honey and other fresh produce from the nearby kitchen farm owned and maintained by Bisate Lodge.
The central dining lounge has a fireplace that keeps guests warm while they unwind or interact after their adventures in Volcanoes National Park, the bar lounge, and wine cellar are stocked with different kinds of drinks, while the large main viewing deck boasts mind-blowing views. For travelers interested in laundry service and private butler, Bisate Lodge is at your service.
For visitors that wish to be treated to private in-villa massage treatments, your wish list will come true as guests receive different treatments after activities in Volcanoes National Park like gorilla trekking, climbing Virunga Volcanoes, and many others.
Adventures enjoyed by Bisate Lodge guests
Staying at Bisate Lodge means it is easy to sign up for different unforgettable adventures that include guided walks through nearby local communities for an opportunity to learn about the different traditional farming systems.
This Lodge is also the perfect base for starting your journey of tracking the golden monkeys that occupy the Bamboo forests of Virunga Mountain slopes, trekking the endangered Mountain gorillas, enjoying guided forest walks, summiting the Karisimbi and Bisoke Volcanoes, refreshing tours of Lakes Bulera and Ruhondo, a chance to interact with the senior agronomist during guided Nursery visits as well as different tree-planting projects. It is also possible to undertake hikes to the Dian Fossey tomb, take part in birding tours and so much more.