Accommodation, Western Rwanda

Moriah Hills

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Moriah Hills is a relatively new, four-star hotel on the banks of Lake Kivu with its own man-made beach. The resort offers sixteen comfortable standard rooms with king beds and two larger family rooms/suites. All rooms have modern, chic décor, and private balconies with stunning views across the lake. Each is en suite with modern facilities including safety deposit boxes, minibar and satellite TV. The restaurant has a magnificent lake backdrop and serves fine local and international cuisine. Other facilities include a bar and lounge.

Below the resort is a private beach offering safe swimming and kayaks are available to explore the lake. Motorised boat trips are also available for guests to visit the fruit bat colony on Napoleon Island.

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Facilities

Restaurant, bar, lounge, conference room, private bathroom, safety deposit box, mini-bar, satellite TV, daily housekeeping, room service, laundry service, mosquito net and internet service available.

Local Wildlife

There is an enormous roost of fruit bats on Napoleon Island. Pelicans, crowned cranes, kingfishers and variety of other water birds can be seen on and around the lake.

Optional Activities

Boat trip to Napoleon Island to see roosting fruit bats. Kayaks are also available to explore the lake with and safe swimming is possible from the resort’s man made beach.

Jonathan Morris

Area Specialist

If you have any questions regarding our Rwanda tours, please feel free to contact me on +44 (0)1803 866965

Please find details of the voyage report following our recent holiday to Rwanda…I would like to congratulate you and send a special thank you to everyone at Reef and Rainforest and specifically to those who engineered the Rwanda trip. For me it was a perfect experience throughout, blending the geography, natural history, culture and lifestyles in Rwanda. The group fitted together perfectly and Mike was exceptional and a pleasure to have as our ‘commander’. He was held in high regard by everyone and is a prefect choice to fulfil such an important position.

Mr W G - Ayrshire