• In regard to the internet, clients can surf on one PC( laptop) for now, but in the future there will be a wifi connection.
  • Our guests can cook by themselves, if they want, to make their own special meals and there is a fridge, where they are able to order for the drinks.
  • The guest house also has a small library shelf, where a client can bring a book and/or take one she/he likes. Read it and leave the book in the shelf. 
  • BBQ can be done in our garden, which is not happening in any other hotel garden in this town. You can decide to participate in the meet roasting as it can be fun.
  • In regard to public transport means: As soon as you reach town, you can call our guesthouse and you will be picked up and brought to our place. But in fact it is a short, walkable distance to our guesthouse when you get out at the right stop.
  • We do not have mosquitoes at our Guest house and therefore nets are not there as they are not providing a convenient sleeping, but if any request is made, we have enough nets for our clients. 
  • We also refer to the the community activities section of the Guesthouse next to the possible primate trekkings. These activities are different compared what others are offering. Most of them are only associated with Primate Safaris. Yes, our guesthouse is the gateway to the Mountain Gorillas, but one can have different community activities as well to enjoy,  if you are willing to lengthen your stay in our guesthouse and want to do more besides gorilla trekking.

  • Amahoro Guesthouse bathroom
    Amahoro Guesthouse bathroom
  • Amahoro Guesthouse room
    Amahoro Guesthouse room
  • Amahoro Guesthouse front view
    Amahoro Guesthouse front view
  • Activities with Amahoro Guesthouse
    Activities with Amahoro Guesthouse
  • Amahoro Guesthouse room
    Amahoro Guesthouse room
  • Amahoro Guesthouse room
    Amahoro Guesthouse room
  • Amahoro Guesthouse bathroom
    Amahoro Guesthouse bathroom
  • Amahoro Guesthouse room
    Amahoro Guesthouse room
  • Amahoro guesthouse people
    Amahoro guesthouse people