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What Red Rocks Rwanda stands for is what our name stands for. Our organization takes its name after the igneous rock that covered Northern Rwanda during volcanic eruptions some 700 years ago. Just like the red rocks, we are deeply rooted in local history and culture. There’s something for everyone at Red Rocks Rwanda, and every visit is a welcome respite from the busy cities our guests leave behind. Our location amidst rolling Rwandan hills and splendid valleys and our proximity to the Virunga volcanoes makes this a hotspot for tourists. As a social enterprise, we’re all about the community, the wildlife, tourism & travel. Our pioneering cultural tourism scheme involves developing our community and promoting our nature preserve through tourism. We strive to make every stay pleasurable and memorable, so bring your cameras, your memory cards and your love of all things natural with you. Our approach is local, so we’ve built a good rapport with the villagers throughout the years, and we have in-depth knowledge and first-hand experience of local life. We are here to enrich your life, your travels and your values. Make your mark at Red Rocks, and enjoy the gratifying experience of making a difference in the life of the locals and that of our wildlife! FIND US ON THE MAP: Gps: 1°33'38. 1"S 29°38'11. 0"E
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Double booking boys, RR Musanze! after preparing reservations for the tents 3 week in advance, they decide to give them to other guests finding out on arrival! Such a nice experience, thank you RR and be prepared..
We stayed at Red Rocks Rwanda for one night, and I wish it could've been longer. The property and rooms were beautiful and we had an amazingly restful night. The staff - especially Pierson - were so incredibly friendly and helpful. Food was always made...More
Date of stay: January 2018
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Response from Greg B, General Manager at Red Rocks Rwanda - Campsite & GuesthouseResponded May 23, 2018
I stayed here with two friends while in Musanze to hike Mt. Bisoke. We arrived after 11pm and received the warmest welcome. I was so impressed--Red Rocks staff showed us the entire premises and even helped us sort out last minute details for our hike...More
Date of stay: February 2018
Response from Red R, Front Office Manager at Red Rocks Rwanda - Campsite & GuesthouseResponded April 9, 2018
Nice staff, cool place, nice activities, delicious meals..we really enjoyed our stay at the redrocks! You can do community activities, like bee keeping, cooking, as well as a trip by kanou! We loved it and would come again!
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Date of stay: February 2018
Response from Greg B, Owner at Red Rocks Rwanda - Campsite & GuesthouseResponded March 25, 2018
Thanks so much and we look forward to your next visit.
Greetings from the red rocks family.
A very good place with such a cultural connection. Definitely recommend it to someone who is interested in camping, basket weaving and banana beer making. Very cost effective and friendly area. Plus, you get a chance to learn about the community.
Date of stay: December 2017
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Response from Red R, General Manager at Red Rocks Rwanda - Campsite & GuesthouseResponded February 14, 2018
Thanks Noelline, we are pleased with your positive review