One and only nyungwe hotel is a luxury accommodation found in Gisakura, nyamasheke nyungwe guest house reserve in Rwanda. One and only Nyungwe Hotel is located just south of Lake Kivu near Burundi border. Nyungwe national park is amongst the best rich tea plantations in Gisakura area. The hotel was changed from Nyungwe forest guest house to one and only hotel nyungwe hotel. Travelers can access this accommodation facility in Rwanda by either road or by air. The lodge is surrounded by a rainforest which makes the ambiance of the fresh rainforest get close to the guests.
One and only nyungwe hotel contains 22 luxury wooden rooms with stunning view. All rooms contains Private facilities like Flushing toilets and hot showers, comfortable clean and washed beddings. Rooms categorised in different groups ranging from double cottages, twin cottages, single rooms and executive suites. All rooms offer the same amenities and rooms are charged at 1,500$ per night and above.
The lodge offers services like a restaurant that serves all the meals both local and international cuisines to meet all clients appetite. They have a group of well trained staff, laundry services, ample parking space, well stocked bar, excellent and comfortable rooms, health and fitness centers like gym, saunas and massage parlours. The hotel also offers free a wifi internet connection for all guests that will enable the clients to keep in touch with their families and friends. One and only nyungwe hotel offers fireplaces in each room that provides warmth to guests and many more services.
The hotel is a luxury accommodation facility that one should consider staying at while on safari to Nyungwe national park for activities like chimpanzee trekking in the forest, canopy walk, community visits in the surrounding area, nature walks, bird watching in nyungwe, tea plantation in the surrounding area, monkey tracking and other activities.
Activities at One and only hotel in Uganda
- Canopy walk
- Bird watching
- Golden monkey tracking
- Tea plantation visit
- Community walks