Virunga Safari Lodge – exclusive Premier Lodging – Volcanoes National Park
Eight Stone Bandas for your luxury comfort with sweeping views that are simply stunning
Virunga Safari Lodge – exclusive Premier Lodging – here you have one of East Africa’s finest Luxury Lodges and certainly is one of Rwanda’s premier and exclusive lodges and besides the Mountain Gorillas, the luxury comfort it is all about the view of the Virunga Volcanoes and Lake Bulera and Lake Ruhonda causing one to understand why Rwanda is called “the land of a thousand hills.”
Virunga Safari Lodge – exclusive Premier Lodging is an eco-friendly luxury lodge with 8 stone guest bandas (cottages) that provide you with comfort beyond your imagination and you have to experience the lodge for yourself and amazed you will be. Each banda comes with a private veranda so that you can enjoy the view before you – each banda has an en-suite bathroom .
When staying here you are about an hour from the Park headquarter for gorilla tracking however the comforts and luxury you will enjoy here makes up for the drive-time needed coming and going to park headquarters.
Since there are many activities that you can participate in at the park and near the park – one can easily three or four nights at Virunga Safari Lodge and at the same time enjoy one of the most beautiful lodges in East-Africa.
Food is one of the delightful things that await you here and meals are taken communally and at a large table in the dining room of the lodge
Virunga Safari Lodge – exclusive Premier Lodging will prove to be a most rewarding experience unlike anything else you have experienced. The lodge has excellent ratings that you can find and read about on TripAdvisor.
Enjoy your stay in one of East-Africa’s most unique lodges…
Virunga Safari Lodge – exclusive Premier Lodging – if you like to use this lodge while on safari with us – please contact us.
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