Moriah Hills is a relatively new, four-star hotel on the banks of Lake Kivu with its own man-made beach. The resort offers sixteen comfortable standard rooms with king beds and two larger family rooms/suites. All rooms have modern, chic décor, and private balconies with stunning views across the lake. Each is en suite with modern facilities including safety deposit boxes, minibar and satellite TV. The restaurant has a magnificent lake backdrop and serves fine local and international cuisine. Other facilities include a bar and lounge.
Below the resort is a private beach offering safe swimming and kayaks are available to explore the lake. Motorised boat trips are also available for guests to visit the fruit bat colony on Napoleon Island.
Restaurant, bar, lounge, conference room, private bathroom, safety deposit box, mini-bar, satellite TV, daily housekeeping, room service, laundry service, mosquito net and internet service available.
There is an enormous roost of fruit bats on Napoleon Island. Pelicans, crowned cranes, kingfishers and variety of other water birds can be seen on and around the lake.
Boat trip to Napoleon Island to see roosting fruit bats. Kayaks are also available to explore the lake with and safe swimming is possible from the resort’s man made beach.
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Everyone we ran into in Rwanda was so friendly, kind and proud of their country. The service they provided was excellent. We had a wonderful time getting to know them better.
Our guide was AMAZING. We got to know more about Rwanda and its people because we spent so much time with him. He stopped frequently to point out all the different birds to us or show us a particular view. He helped us get on the gorilla hikes that suited our fitness and interests. He let us know exactly how each day was going to play out so we could be ready with the right clothing and water / snacks.
All the guides for the tours were very knowledgeable and quite entertaining. They were concerned with our enjoyment and our safety. The porters were invaluable – they not only carried your pack (filled w. camera equipment & water) but also helped us up the steep grades and along ledges.
The landscape was as spectacular as the wildlife in Rwanda. Pictures do not do it justice. Seeing three different gorillas families was the highlight but there was so much more to see. The Golden monkeys were gorgeous. Nyungwe was a beautiful park filled with primates and birds. We saw chimps, mona, vervet , blue, mangabeys, mountain and colobus monkeys.
We changed one of the tours (the waterfall one) and went birding for an entire day instead. We saw tonnes of birds including a Great Blue Turaco and many different kinds of sunbirds and hawks.
One day we will get to the UK and actually the meet the wonderful people who plan these incredible vacations for us. Thank you for all the help you give us.