Rooms have solar-powered lighting, en-suite bathroom with hot and cold water and flush toilets. Each unit is designed to look like stand-alone log cabins that blend in with the surrounding rainforest, ensuring that the lodge does not look out of place in its wild surrounds.
Cobbled paths with wooden bannisters join the well-appointed rooms, each of which have been named after individual gorillas or gorilla tribes.
Some of the units come with a deep-set stand alone bath and a fireplace.
This remote lodge comprises 18 individual units (sleeping 45 in total) each with private wooden balconies overlooking the wilderness. 3 of these units are inter-leading rooms, making them ideal for families. Another 2 rooms are joined, but aren’t inter-leading.
There are 18 rooms in total, 3 of which are inter-leading rooms. 2 of these individual rooms are actually joined, and we recommend them for guests who are well acquainted. The family rooms have 3 beds in each unit, and the rest of the rooms are either set twins or doubles (must be requested at time of booking).
Each room has a wooden balcony with a view of the undulating jungle covered landscape. The balconies are furnished with a comfortable seating area, comprising chairs or couches. There are also small lounges/seating areas in each of the rooms.
All bathroom amenities are provided, and rooms have a safe, wardrobe hanging space, mosquito nets, bedside lamps and plug points. Some of the rooms have a stand-alone bath with shower. There are also a few rooms furnished with an indoor coal fireplace for warmth. However, hot water bottles, dressing gowns and extra blankets are provided for extra warmth.