The lodge is situated on the edge of the Parc National des Volcans in North Western Rwanda, at an altitude of over 8,000 ft (over 2,300 m). The rainforests of the 5 Virunga Volcanoes are the last refuge of the Mountain Gorilla. The lush slopes of the volcanoes provide an appropriately dramatic natural setting for what is perhaps the most poignant and thrilling wildlife experience to be had anywhere.
Designed and built by Governors’ Camp, who lease the lodge from SACOLA (community trust), they finance its socio-economic development and conservation objectives in the area, which include water projects, education, health and informal industries. It therefore is an exciting combination of a top quality lodge and a power for driving socio-economic development and conservation in the area. The perfect base from which to explore this fascinating corner of Africa. Visits to the bustling nearby market town of Ruhengeri, beautiful lakes, the genocide memorials or the community and conservation projects are designed for you to take maximum advantage of this unique area, its wildlife and culture.make an Enquiry