Accommodation just like the gorilla permit is an essential component of any overnight Rwanda gorilla safari. On the base of the Volcanoes National Park – the famous Rwanda gorilla habitat, there lies a good midrange / standard Lodge which presents an ideal ground for the mountain gorilla exploration.
Le Bambou Gorilla Lodge as the name suggests features the name gorilla
which lures you into the gorilla rhythm from the moment you check in for
the next day’s encounter. The lodge is close to Kinigi the main
gathering point for all the travelers on gorilla safaris in Rwanda for gorilla family allocation and briefing which makes it easier for the guests to connect to this starting point.
Put together using the very materials that are in the gorilla habitat
including the Bamboos, the Le Bambou Gorilla Lodge offers the gorilla
trekkers an opportunity to sleep like gorillas themselves feeling the
touch of nature thus increasing the anxiety for that awaiting life time
moment in the gorilla sanctuary. The local workmanship gave it a local
blend in terms of design and the lodge’s continued working relations
with the local people has maintained the local people’s benefit from the
establishment such as providing dance performances at the lodge.
Accommodation at Le Bambou Gorilla Lodge is presented in three (3) room
categories namely the Single rooms, double rooms and twin rooms. These
rooms feature Mini refrigerator, Private bath, fire place, running warm
water, coffee maker, security safe, Bed, Wardrobe, Chairs and Hair dryer
which are considered good for travelers on gorilla trekking safaris in Rwanda. Each cottage room present clear view of the Volcanoes from the balcony and assures the guests of the 24/7 electricity.
Gorilla tracking in Rwanda is considered apparently to be the best
Africa safari activity and the count of ten (10) habituated gorilla
families thrive in Volcanoes National Park – the Rwanda’s side of the
eight Virunga Mountains where the 480 mountain gorillas are known to
live. Mountain gorillas are known to be only 880 in numbers with the
remaining thriving in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in the