Nyungwe Top View Hill Hotel – affordability with a view of the fabulous Nyungwe Forest
Nyungwe Top View Hill Hotel – close to Park activities and a fabulous view of Nyungwe Forest
Nyungwe Top View Hotel and yes the view here is great of the forest and the nearby tea plantations that abound here in this part of Rwanda. Unlike Volcanoes National Park there are not many lodging choices in or near Nyungwe Forest and Nyungwe Top View Hill Hotel has 12 brick cottages with a sitting room, private bath and fireplaces for the colder Rwandan nights. While staying you will also have a warm water bottle to keep you warm as you go to sleep.
In the morning you can sit on your private balcony, coffee in and hand and take in the sunrise and morning mist over the ancient rain forest
The main area of the hotel is a large rondavel two-storied structure (not a normal African hut) with reception on the ground floor and the dining and bar area is on the second floor where once again you can enjoy some great views of the surrounding areas and even catch a glimpse of Lake Kivu, the Virunga Volcanoes and the forest before you.
One of the things that will impress you is the well-manicured lawn that greets whenever you set foot out of your cottage and it all blends in with the dominant color of the green forest and tea-plantations that can be seen while staying at the Nyungwe Top View Hill Hotel.
The staff is very customer service orientated and will do their best to make your stay comfortable. Food is well prepared for your breakfast, lunch or dinner.
You can easily stay here for about 3 days and partake in the various activities that you can partake in Nyungwe Forest. We always recommend that you take a look on TripAdvisors and see what others have said about Nyungwe Top View Hill Hotel. Enjoy your time in the ancient forest.
If you are interested in staying in this lodge while on Safari with us – please let us know
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