Visitors can pickLodging Choices – Akagera National Park for your visit to the park
For your Safari – the Lodging Choices – Akagera National Park
Lodging Choices – Akagera National Park – Rwanda’s only Savannah Park has two lodges that you can choose right within the park itself – There is the up-market Ruzizi Tented Lodge that is a brand new and the ore moderately priced Akagera Game Lodge.
Ruzizi Tented Lodge is the first up-market, luxury tented lodge camp in Uganda and it comes with a touch of class. This is an up-market lodge where one can only use one word – excellent.
IIt is located along Ihema and has a lot of added plus things about including a fire-pit on a deck overlooking Lake Ihema.
Ruzizi Tented Lodge on the Lake where you will see wildlife in the Lake – near the Lodge including an abundance of birds
Each cottage is in its own private setting and there are wooden walk-ways that connect you to the lodge.
Akagera Game Lodge is a moderately better-budget priced lodge and one thing is for sure – one could easily call it a Holiday Inn in the Bush with over 50 rooms- the key word is affordable and one could add comfortable enough with en-suite bathrooms, writing desk, TV, swimming pool, tennis court and more.
Akagera Game Lodge overlooks Lake Ihema and the savannah that is all around – the dining area and bar also overlook Lake Ihema and the surrounding such as the savanna.
From the lodge, often even your room you can see wildlife, water birds including hippos while having breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Lodging Choices – Akagera National Park has two great lodging choices for you, conveniently located near the main entrance of the park, from where you can take game drives through the park with its Giraffes, herds of buffaloes, now lions – enjoy your time here.
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