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Rwanda’s Bisate Lodge Named Among World Most Luxurious Hotels

All About Rwanda’s Most Expensive Luxurious Lodge,Bisate Lodge
Written by See Africa Today

Rwanda’s exclusive Bisate Lodge has been ranked among the world’s most luxurious eco-friendly hotels.

The ranking was done by Elite Traveler, a firm whose operations revolve around the luxurious lifestyle offered by different hotels across Africa.

Elite Traveler named Bisate Lodge and South Africa’s Grootbos Private Nature Reserve among Africa’s top 10 most luxurious and eco-friendly establishments.

“Sustainable tourism doesn’t mean sacrificing comfort,” Elite stated as reported by KTpress.

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“From caring for the immediate surrounding landscape and its wildlife to operating at a fully carbon-neutral level, our top picks of the world’s most luxurious prove that hotels can be eco-friendly without needing to sacrifice the impeccable levels of service and comfort that discerning travellers are accustomed to,” part of the text by KIM AYLING read.

What impressed the Elite Traveler team with Bisate is its natural theme and its architectural design.

Set up in Musanze area, Bisate Lodge sits in a spectacularly eroded volcanic cone at the Volcanoes National Park with its key attraction being its architectural design. It is deeply exotic and exudes modernity in every way you look at it.

It assumes the shape of a nest which is repeated in a series of thatched forest villas which are iconic and have the world taking of Bisate’s accommodation. The villas are culturally designed to speak more of Rwanda’s culture but at the same time offer stunning views of the scenery around as well as comfort.

All About Rwanda’s Most Expensive Luxurious Lodge,Bisate Lodge

Bisate Lodge. [Photo: Traveller Mode]

The villas have a stretchy verandah that overlooks the hillside giving beautiful views.

Bisate is Kinyarwanda meaning “a piece” which is a representation of how the cone where the hotel sits was developed.

Being at the heart of Volcanoes National Park, Bisate Lodge treats you to an effortless game viewing spectacle. Wildlife viewing from the lodge is a key attraction side-striped jackals, buffalos, monkeys, elephants among other wild animals.

Mountain gorillas pay a visit near the lodge but you can also sight.

Bisate Lodge has panoramic views of Bisoke, Karisimbi and Mikeno volcanoes which are surrounded by a beautiful and extensive Afro-alpine forest which extends from the Volcanoes National Park.

The existence of the lodge established in 2017 has supported the survival of wildlife by conserving the environment.

Bisate Lodges has been involved in the conservation of wildlife efforts, particularly for mountain gorillas. It has also been involved in reforestation in a bid to reconstruct the indigenous nature of the park.

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In 2018, Bisate emerged top in another ranking as the world’s best new hotels.

All About Rwanda’s Most Expensive Luxurious Lodge,Bisate Lodge

Bisate Lodge in Rwanda. [Photo:andbeyond]

A year later, it was listed among Global Billionaires Destinations in the world. It is the most executive lodge in Rwanda and does not come cheap.

Bisate Lodge’s glory lies in its word-class standard villas which cost more $1,275 per night.  It is by far the most expensive lodge in Rwanda but offers exceptional services.

Bisate is a key place to visit and have a look at the lava tunnels of ancient Musanze Caves. There is plenty of space to enjoy Rwanda’s nature as Bisate boasts of sitting on a 67-acre piece of land.

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See Africa Today

Pharis Kinyua is the editor of See Africa Today. With over seven years of experience in digital media, he has a soft spot for African tours and travel. His drive is to tell the rest of the world what Africa offers, the best accommodation facilities, national parks, culture, shopping malls and best airline deals to travel to Africa

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