Bisate Lodge, is located in the natural amphitheatre of Volcanic cone-Bisate is a Kinyarwanda originated word which ‘pieces’, it describes a cone that is worn away by natural erosion.
The Bisate Lodge has dramatic views of the peaks of the Volcanoes such as Mikeno, Karisimbi and Bisoke, rearing up through the Afro-alpine forests of the nearby Volcanoes National Park.
The lodge has over six en-suite rooms, warm, comfortable with great views of the environment principles that reflect the culture surrounding rural.
Bisate is a few meters away from the Park Headquarters, where Gorilla trekking is briefed. Bisate is a vision of rainforest and rehabilitation .Tourists is able to trek Mountain Gorillas.
Spectacular views of the brooding Mikeno, Karisimbi and Bisoke.
Best location for a holistic gorilla experience in Rwanda.
High standards of accommodation and service creation and exclusive to only sustain luxury offerings in the areas.
Bisate Lodge has a natural setting at the heart of amphitheatre formed by eroded volcano cones. There are twelve conically shaped thatched forest villas that are tucked into lush forest setting, the verandas have an open out onto magnificent views.
The rooms are built in a traditional shape of the Rwandan traditional culture, while the interiors are comfort and warm as they make the most scenic views.
The rooms have floor to the ceiling windows through which guests marvel at the rest of the world as they enjoy the refreshing drink at the elegant bar, wine cellar.
There different activities such as cultural village visits, Gorilla trekking, birding, sightings of the golden Monkey, there other interested areas including Lake Burera, Ruhondo, Musanze caves and the grave of Dian Fossey.
The lodge has other interesting activities to engage in these include.
Join the lodges’ chef and venture out to the local market for the days fresh ingredients as well as meeting new people with warm welcome.
Have a walk to the pilgrimage grave of Dian Fossey.
Spend time in the lodge’s nursery, help in reforestation areas by planting a tree