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Virunga Lodge
Virunga Lodge
Virunga Lodge
Virunga Lodge
Virunga Lodge
Virunga Lodge
Virunga Lodge
Virunga Lodge
Virunga Lodge

Virunga Lodge: gallery


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Virunga Lodge: video gallery


Virunga Lodge: picture gallery


Virunga Lodge has stunning views of the Virunga Volcanoes…
…and the twin lakes: Bulera and Ruhonda.
The Lodge is built in the local style…
….each room has its own terrace...
…and breath taking views…
…where you can relax and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere.
The main stone building...
...includes a sociable dining room where everyone eats together around one table.
There is also a cosy lounge with rattan furniture...
...and a central fire place to warm yourself on cold evenings...
...as well as a bar where you can enjoy drinks after your trek.
Much of the furniture and decorations are locally crafted.
The Dian Fossey Map Room is a recent addition, providing a second seating area...
... and the walls are covered with plaques dedicated to famous explorers and conservationists.
The spacious stone rooms all have mosquito nets...
... and rustic furniture made from local materials.
The two suites also come with an adjoining lounge and free-standing fireplace.
All rooms have a large en-suite bathroom...
...with twin wash basins...
...and hot and cold running water.
The atmospheric sunsets are a great way to finish your day...
...after a long gorilla trek!
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Virunga Lodge has stunning views of the Virunga Volcanoes…
Virunga Lodge has stunning views of the Virunga Volcanoes…
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…and the twin lakes: Bulera and Ruhonda.
…and the twin lakes: Bulera and Ruhonda.
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The Lodge is built in the local style…
The Lodge is built in the local style…
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….each room has its own terrace...
….each room has its own terrace...
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…and breath taking views…
…and breath taking views…
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…where you can relax and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere.
…where you can relax and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere.
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The main stone building...
The main stone building...
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...includes a sociable dining room where everyone eats together around one table.
...includes a sociable dining room where everyone eats together around one table.
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There is also a cosy lounge with rattan furniture...
There is also a cosy lounge with rattan furniture...
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...and a central fire place to warm yourself on cold evenings...
...and a central fire place to warm yourself on cold evenings...
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...as well as a bar where you can enjoy drinks after your trek.
...as well as a bar where you can enjoy drinks after your trek.
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Much of the furniture and decorations are locally crafted.
Much of the furniture and decorations are locally crafted.
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The Dian Fossey Map Room is a recent addition, providing a second seating area...
The Dian Fossey Map Room is a recent addition, providing a second seating area...
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... and the walls are covered with plaques dedicated to famous explorers and conservationists.
... and the walls are covered with plaques dedicated to famous explorers and conservationists.
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The spacious stone rooms all have mosquito nets...
The spacious stone rooms all have mosquito nets...
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... and rustic furniture made from local materials.
... and rustic furniture made from local materials.
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The two suites also come with an adjoining lounge and free-standing fireplace.
The two suites also come with an adjoining lounge and free-standing fireplace.
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All rooms have a large en-suite bathroom...
All rooms have a large en-suite bathroom...
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...with twin wash basins...
...with twin wash basins...
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...and hot and cold running water.
...and hot and cold running water.
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The atmospheric sunsets are a great way to finish your day...
The atmospheric sunsets are a great way to finish your day...
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...after a long gorilla trek!
...after a long gorilla trek!

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