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Price: USD 250 - 600 per person per night sharing

Virunga Lodge Highlights

Virunga Lodge is a lovely eco-friendly lodge set on a stunning hilltop in a spectacular location with a panoramic view of the Virunga volcanoes and lakes Ruhondo and Bulera. It is situated an hour away from Volcanoes National Park; a pleasant drive that encounters Rwandan locals going about their daily life - always an interesting fight for visitors. Virunga Lodge's central building houses the reception, restaurant and public areas, which all produce magnificent panoramic views across the lakes and the Virunga volcanic mountains.

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  • Most beautifully positioned accommodation atop a ridge overlooking 2 lakes and the Virunga Mounains.
  • Situated an hours' drive from Volcanoes National Park.
  • Eco-friendly constructed from local stone and wood, naturally wild gardens and solar power.
  • A friendly and attentive staff invite guests for a convivial evening around the log fire for sundowners.

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USD 250 - 600 per person per night sharing

Virunga Lodge Activities

The main activity is gorilla tracking, backed up by golden monkey tracking, both of which are an hour away by road. Additionally there is some great guided walking to be had in the area around the lodge. Aside from gorilla and golden monkey tracking, guests can climb one of the Virunga volcanoes, visit Dian Fossey's grave, or go for gentle strolls around the picturesque villages near the lakes. There is the option to visit the capital, Kigali, which is 3 hours' drive away or take a day trip to Kampala. 

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