This tiny inn is located close to Kibuye, directly on Lake Kivu's beach. The lodge and its six cabins, which are set on stilts atop the slope, are made completely of wood.
Each room has a straightforward but cozy style and has a double or twin bed with a mosquito net. Cormoran Lodge is calm and peaceful because each room is a distinct chalet, especially as you take in the view from your balcony.
A small fridge, Wi-Fi, and an en suite bathroom with a bath and a shower are included in every room. The setting is breathtaking, and the balcony in your room provides unobstructed views of the lake.
On Rwanda's eastern beaches of Lake Kivu, in the community of Kibuye, is where you can find Cormoran Lodge. A delightful place to stay, Cormoran Lodge is ideally located to break up the trek from Nyungwe Forest to the Virunga Mountains. Log houses perched on stilts above a tiny raised beach on high mountains.
Check-in from 07:00-23:59 - Check out up to 09:00-10:00
- Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Bar / lounge
- Private beach
- Non-smoking rooms
more precautions for health and safety
For your safety to be their top priority, this facility has implemented additional health and hygiene precautions.
Rule: Be adaptable.
Considering your dates are far off, go with free cancellation to maintain your flexibility. With free cancellation, changing your mind about your plans is never a problem!
Travel Eco-friendly lodging
This establishment has made major efforts to make your stay more environmentally friendly.
Rwanda has put in place health and safety safeguards and reopened its doors to tourists, providing secure and hassle-free experiences as the rest of the world adjusts to living with the COVID-19 epidemic.
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