Lodges & safari camps in Volcanoes National Park
Gorilla Mountain View Lodge
The newest mid-range hotel in the Volcanoes National Park is the Gorilla Mountain View Lodge. The owners of the lodge are the ...More about Gorilla Mountain View
The lodges were very comfortable. Clean and well equipped for their purpose. We particularly enjoyed the log fires and even the provision of a hot water bottle (which was ... reviews...
Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge
Sabyino Silverback Lodge is the sister-camp to the well-known Governors' Camp in Kenya's Maasai Mara, although it is technically ...More about Sabyinyo Silverback
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About an hour's drive from the park headquarters, Virunga Lodge is currently one the area's top lodges and certainly has one ...More about Virunga Lodge
Spectacular location, excellent and obliging staff, good food. Quite a drive each morning to get to the Park HQ so may consider staying at a Lodge closer to the entrance ... reviews...
Mountain Gorillas Nest
For an acceptable hotel, that's also near to the start of the gorilla treks, consider the Gorilla's Nest. As recently as five ...More about Mountain Gorillas Nest
This was a good base for our purposes (e.g. gorilla treking) and it served us well enough. I'm not sure whether it is trying to be an African safari lodge or a fully ... reviews...
Jack Hanna's Guesthouse
Located at the bottom of the Virunga Volcano Range is the recently renovated, privately owned guesthouse of Jack Hanna. When ...More about Jack Hanna's Guesthouse
We loved it here. As a small family group, we preferred the intimacy of Jack Hanna's house to a larger lodge. It has two large bedrooms, a double and a twin each with ... reviews...
Due to open in the middle of 2017, the brand new Bisate Lodge is billed as a high-end property in a great location, right next to Volcanoes National Park. It promises to provide a fantastic base to visit the famous mountain gorillas and the lesser known, but equally beautiful, golden monkeys. Bisate ...More about Bisate Lodge
The great volcanic massif of the Virunga Mountains straddles the borders of Rwanda, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, covering a huge area of over 8,000km², and encompassing six active and three extinct volcanoes. See our Map of Rwanda. Much of this is protected by national parks, including ...More about Kinigi Guesthouse