Nyungwe Forest Lodge
Nyungwe Forest Lodge is a five-star luxury hotel set in a lush tea plantation not far from the entrance to Nyungwe Forest National Park. The hotel is the best high-end option for those visiting Nyungwe forest.
The main building houses a bistro restaurant serving beautifully prepared regional and international dishes. Other facilities include a spa treatment room, gym, bar, conference room, outdoor boma (fenced seating area), gift shop and Wi-Fi internet access. The lodge features an outdoor heated swimming pool surrounded by a deck with good views across the tea plantations.
Accommodation is split between fifteen king bed rooms, seven twin rooms and two king bed suites, all beautifully designed with modern furnishings and plenty of space. All rooms are en suite and include an LCD TV, fireplace, air-conditioning, minibar, tea and coffee facilities, safety deposit box, international direct dial telephone and a private deck to relax on.
Restaurant, bar, Jacuzzi, outdoor swimming pool, gift shop, laundry and room service, gym, air-conditioning, minibar, safety deposit box, TV, hairdryer, direct dial telephone.
Chimpanzee tracking is the most popular activity in the park, yet there is an impressive total of 13 species of primate including L’Hoest’s mountain monkey, grey-cheeked mangabey, Angolan black-and-white colobus, owl-faced monkey, and mona monkey. The park is home to a total of 86 mammal and 120 butterfly species as well as 5 species of chameleons and 280 birds including 26 central highland endemics.
Chimpanzee and primate tracking in the Nyungwe Forest National Park. There are also many trails to explore plus an excellent canopy walkway.
To the best of our knowledge there are only two other canopy walkways in the whole of Africa and this is arguably the top one, so don’t miss your opportunity to be eye-level with Africa’s forest dwellers: you don’t know who will be looking back at you.
If you have any questions regarding our Rwanda tours, please feel free to contact me on +44 (0)1803 866965
I am sorry for taking so long to let you know my thoughts on my tour of Rwanda in August. It was such an amazing experience that I had to write a journal of it while everything was still fresh in my mind. There was so much to say that it took a while and of course having to go back to work and come down to earth again! Janice Booth is an excellent tour leader and I appreciated the background information she sent me beforehand so making it even more interesting. I learned and gained so much. We were fortunate to locate the Sabinyo group [of gorillas] quite quickly and the hour with them was an exhilarating experience… Hopefully Reef and Rainforest will do another trip there again sometime. I will certainly recommend it to friends.