Bisate Lodge encompasses six upside-down, chestnut-shaped luxury thatched forest villas perched on stubby legs with floor-to-ceiling glass windows and utmost private decks offering views of the lush, mountainous landscapeset on the Albertine Rift, an extinct volcano located in a wildlife corridor that’s crucial to the critically endangered mountain gorillas and next to Rwanda’s renowned Volcanoes National Park.
The 6 en-suite forest villas are super-luxurious with air-conditioned, their private pools and decks looking out over the trees. In-suite wellness treatments are available, while dining is enjoyed at the highly acclaimed Bisate Restaurants.
The suites at Bisate Lodge are designed to depict Rwandan unique culture and the interiors are awesome. The area has dramatic views of the peaks of the volcanoes Bisoke, Karisimbi, and Mikeno rearing up through the Afro-alpine forests of nearby Volcanoes National Park.
Each luxurious forest villa at this lodge comprises of bedroom, bathroom, reception space, fireplace as well as a private deck for you to view the surrounding areas including the scenic views of Bisoke Volcano. This lodge is by far a newly established luxury eco-lodge in Volcanoes National Park.
And now for something completely different. Capturing the very essence of safari in true ‘Out of Africa’ style, in these exclusive villas on the tropical rain forest. With your every whim taken care of, it’s an experience unlike any other: sleeping without having to forfeit those magical creature comforts or attentive service intrinsic to your Bisate stay.
In luxury style, activities can be arranged on a whim; gorilla trekking, Dian Fossey hike and nature walk may be as long or as short as you choose and intimate experiences await. It’s particularly appealing to those in search of an opportunity to connect up-close and personal with the earth and Ape in a way they have never done before and one that’s really not to be missed. Rwandan coffee- and tea-tastings adding even more to this awe-inspiring experience. Nearly bird watching-about 200 birds call Volcanoes National Park their home, take a walk to nearby local communities to interact with local residents, learn about their lifestyles, unique cultures, and traditions.