The peakspot Kinigi
At peakspot Kinigi camp we got 10 standard rooms with private toilet facilities, ranging from double to family size, these rooms are equipped with mosquito nets. All our ensuite rooms are provided with hot and cold water showers and bathrooms / toilet and bathroom floors are covered with elegant non-slip tiles throughout. We got 20 tents, which can be hired, our campsite has well maintained toilets and regularly attended and hot water showers (heated by wood fires).
Our restaurant and bar offers a detectable choice of beverages as well as an excellent international cuisine. At the kitchen area there is a place specifically designated for self-catering services. All meals and packed lunches are enlivened with fresh tropical produce. Our beautiful gardens ensure that at Peakspot campsite you will be greeted each morning with a dawn chorus of birdsongs.
We commit ourselves with long-term conservation of the volcanoes national park, by conserving the environment and natural habitat of the Mountain gorillas. We are active in supporting local schools and different environmental projects, managing donations from guests and contributing to the management of school Projects. We work closely with the local communities residing near our premises in order to help them improve their living conditions. We believe conservation of the park and the gorillas will only be possible if local peoples are directly involved in the projects and they direct benefit from them.
At Peakspot, we got a wide range of volunteering opportunity both for the young and old. Share your skills and learn new ones and make a remarkable contribution to the local community, thus leading to sustainable development. There are a range of projects visitors can involve in. Visitors can take up long or short term volunteering opportunity, they include:
- Help out in schools with subjects like, English, Math, geography, and science
- Provide sports coaching
- Participate in community building projects
- Get involved in community development projects like environmental protection, conservation projects such as tree planting, recycling and composting.
- Support the development of small-scale businesses, by offering training, labour and advice.
- Provide training and support in ICT / computer skills.
- Volunteering at local hospitals.
Additionally there is a wide range of opportunities for of any age to share skills, including, gardening, horticulture, cookery, arts and craft works, and health awareness. We offer opportunity for students to undertake research projects/fieldworks relevant to the course of study.
Activities include guided walks led by passionate guides who will share their knowledge and love of the area with you. The area provides guests with the opportunity to see local villages, interact with the locals and also a possibility of visiting Musanze caves for those interested.
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This page was last updated: 13 February 2015