Akagera Game Lodge
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We took the Bizdanny Tours and Safaris to the Akagera National Park and Akagera Game Lodge. Included in our Party for this adventure was Kelly, Rich, Susan, Ruth and her friend Austin.
Per Wikipedia, The Akagera National Park covers 1,200kmē in eastern Rwanda, against the
Tanzanian border. It was founded in 1934 to protect animals …
These are some of the best shots we culled from the two thousand or so we've taken over the last week. If you'd like a higher res version of any of these, just let us know!
WARNING: Nerding out to follow...
Greetings from King Faisal Hospital in Kigali, Rwanda!
I happen to be writing this entry at the hospital, so I better talk about health and medicine.
HEALTH WORKERS & THE MINISTER OF HEALTH
If you do not already know, over the past few years Rwanda has improved their public health system dramatically. Much of this improvement can be attributed to the implimentation of a health worker into every ...
After a good first night’s sleep in our tent we arose to the most amazing view across the valley. After a yummy ‘free’ breakfast we were ready to explore what Kigali had to offer but first we needed some Rwanda Francs. However, this proved more difficult than first thought, most African countries prefer Visa. Only one bank takes Mastercard, which is our card, eek! Luckily we met an English guy called Ben who leant us some money to get ...
... were to have been ready at noon, but it was nearly 3:00 pm by the time we could begin the meal. I walked out to check on the progress of the cooking. Mr. Mundeli and Mr. Sibobugingo were having a discussion in Kinyarwanda. I asked what they were discussing. They were trying to decide what to do with the goat heads. I asked what would be done with them. They would be eaten. But since there were only two, they couldn’t be fairly divided among all ...
How has this lodge rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsAkagera Game Lodge Kigali
The lodge is ok, very basic, it appears it needs a little loving care. Some of the rooms need their faucets fixed in the shower. We were served very good food for dinner and breakfast. The best part was seeing the Baboons in the morning trying to get into the hotel. The staff chase them away. One large one climbed upon the roof and watched over the lodge.
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