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Wilderness Bisate

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    The six luxurious Forest Villas maximise comfort, warmth and views.
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    Wilderness Bisate's richly detailed interiors use surfaces and screens made from a variety of woven materials with strong resonance in Rwandan culture.
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    Pensive mountain gorilla in Volcanoes National Park.
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    Land of a Thousand Hills.
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    Wilderness Bisate looks over to Mount Bisoke, one of the active volcanoes in the Virunga Mountains.
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    Bisate Kwanda.
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    Bisate Kwanda.
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    View of Bisoke from Wilderness Bisate.
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    Wilderness Bisate's sophisticated architectural design is rooted in Rwandan building tradition.
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    View of Volcanoes National Park from Wilderness Bisate.
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    Trekkers' briefing at Volcanoes National Park Headquarters.
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    Trekking through community land en-route to Volcanoes National Park.
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    Although strong and powerful, mountain gorillas are generally gentle and shy.
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    Stately silverback.
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    Young gorillas are playful and curious.
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    Most males, and about 60% of females, will eventually leave their natal group.
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    The dominant silverback determines the movements of his group.
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    Groups of up to 20 may trek to see the golden monkeys of Volcanoes National Park.
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    The volcanoes of north-western Rwanda are often shrouded in mist or cloud.
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    View towards Volcanoes National Park from the hill behind Wilderness Bisate.
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    Golden monkey (Cercopithecus kandti).
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    Golden monkeys live in social groups of up to 30 individuals.
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    Golden monkey (Cercopithecus kandti).
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    The trail to Dian Fossey's tomb takes trekkers through impressive rainforest vegetation.
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    Dian Fossey’s tomb at Karisoke.
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    Dian Fossey is buried alongside the gravesite of her beloved gorillas.
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    Dian Fossey established her research centre at Karisoke between Karisimbe and Bisoke volcanoes.
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    Wilderness Bisate's plant nursery.
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    Wilderness Bisate's tree nursery propagates saplings for the lodge's visionary reforestation project.
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    Wilderness Bisate offers guests the opportunity to engage with local community members.
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    More than 7 000 saplings have already been planted through Wilderness Bisate's reforestation project.
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    Shopping outing at the market in nearby Musanze.
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    The dining area at Wilderness Bisate.
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    En-suite bathroom in a Forest Villa.
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    Forest Villa.
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    Cosy fireplaces are standard in each Forest Villa.
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    Wilderness Bisate is committed to habitat restoration on our 43-hectare property.
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    Dine under rainforest-inspired lighting.
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    Dining area at Wilderness Bisate.
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    The design concept for Wilderness Bisate is based on the principle that purpose is the new luxury.
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    Community members make a living introducing visitors to Rwanda's inspiring culture.
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    Young mountain gorillas stay close to their mothers up to the age of eight when they become more independent.
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    Splashes of emerald green throughout the lodge are redolent of the surrounding rainforest.
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    Take in the views over Volcanoes National Park.
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    Wilderness Bisate's pioneering reforestation project has already seen some 15 000 indigenous trees planted.
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    Every guest has the opportunity to contribute to Wilderness Bisate's reforestation project.
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    Wilderness Bisate enjoys dramatic views of Bisoke and Karisimbi volcanoes.
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    Mother and infant, Titus Group.
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    Traditional dancers stir the mood.
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    Locally grown beans are made into incredible soups.

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