Travelers visiting Rwanda will only tell back home stories of the robust, courageous and quite amazing mountain gorillas in the north, the beautiful scenery of Akagera national park – home to the big five or the stories of traditional culture of Rwandan dancers, leave alone canopy walkway in the Southern province, just to mention some samples in the country’s heavy tourism package.
Truth be told, a few of them will tell stories of a hidden away beauty of Rwanda that could be rarely heard of Nkombo Island.
This Island is deep in Lake Kivu, some 12 kilometers away from Kamembe town, Rusizi District in Western Province.
Visiting Kamembe allows visitors to visit Nyungwe Forest National Park in South-western Rwanda and Kahuzi-Biega National Park in Democratic Republic of Congo.
Taking a trip to Kamembe leaves you with an excellently experience as a tourist hub that connects a number of tourist destinations in Rwanda and beyond.
Where to Eat in Kamembe
IN EMERAUDE KIVU RESORT you can enjoy food on the terrace with spectacular views of Lake Kivu and the hills of eastern Congo. The local favourite is Isambaza (fried fish) and fresh juice made from local fruits and vegetables.
Where to Stay in Kamembe
THE BRAND NEW EMERAUDE KIVU RESORT is located on a quiet peninsula only 15 minutes from the airport. Wake up to stunning views from your private balcony.
Attractions in Kamembe
KAMEMBE is a town full of history, with many colonial buildings to show for it. Lake Kivu can be explored by boat and the water’s edge is home to magnificent bird life.