Gisakura Guest House is comfortable accommodation for people working within smaller budgets. This guest house is found about 2 km from the park. It is located close to the Gisakura tea estate along the road to Rusizi.
Gisakura Guest House offers opportunities to visit chimpanzees, the canopy walkway, bird watching, and hikes along different trails. For meals the guest house offers breakfast, lunch dinner, and carry away snacks can be arranged if you are planning to spend the day out in the national park. Food and drinks are included in Full board.
The forest walks here are excellent, lasting from one to six or seven hours, and generally follow pathways but may deviate off if you are lucky enough to spot some chimpanzees or other primates. The guides will then take you off through the bush, which can be quite challenging, but will hopefully be rewarding, affording you much better views.
Cost of rooms ranges from about $43 to $85. which makes this affordable accommodation. The guest house is secure and there is very minimal risk of encounters with wild animals.
Rooms & Accommodation
The accommodation at Gisakura Guesthouse is rudimentary, with 12 simple rooms that share a communal bathroom block. Each block of rooms are made from brick, wood and tiles and offer little more than a bed and some shelving. The traditional home-cooked food is uncomplicated and, depending on the duration of your stay, may get a little repetitive.