A Rwanda safari is quite different from most classic East African safari holidays. Most of the activities require hiking in rain forests. Africa's easiest and most accessible gorilla trekking is the main draw card of a Rwandan safari. Rwanda offers magical scenery and excellent hospitality.

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Bisate Lodge - Tour
Bisate Lodge
$ 2,064
1 Night
Available on request
District de Musanze, Province du Nord
Bisate Lodge
$ 2,064
Bisate Lodge in Rwanda, adjacent to Volcanoes National Park, offers world-class luxury & dramatic views within Rwanda's incredible gorilla-trekking circuit. combines the bucket-list gorilla trek with a pioneering vision of reforestation. The Lodge enjoys a truly dramatic natural setting at the heart of an amphitheatre formed by eroded volcano cones. Six conically shaped thatched forest villas are tucked into the lush forest setting with spacious verandas opening out onto magnificent views of the surrounding peaks.  From your sumptuous villa on the slopes of an eroded volcanic crater, designed in the traditions of Rwandan royalty, gaze through a curtain of mist at two extinct volcanoes, Bisoke and Karisimbi.  read more read less
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Magashi Camp - Tour
Magashi Camp
$ 724
1 Night
Available on request
Magashi, Eastern Province
Magashi Camp
$ 724
Magashi Camp is a new and luxurious safari camp in Akagera National Park. This luxury tented camp offers exclusive access to vast tracts of Africa's best wildlife areas, creating a unique sense of seclusion, comfort, privacy, and space. Witness a national park coming back to life, home again to lions, rhinos, and an abundance of plains game roaming over its gently rolling hills and open savannah. Watch elephants submerge in silver-blue Lake Rwanyakazinga, raising their trunks like periscopes for air. Monitor lions, leopards, and black rhinos, learning the latest in monitoring technology. Safari by boat on the lake, and perhaps enjoy catch-and-release fishing. Drive across one of the most lovely, calming landscapes imaginable, for up-close-and-personal wildlife encounters – many predators; buffalo, zebra and antelope herds; a journey of giraffes; a plethora of birds. read more read less
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Paradise Kivu - Tour
Paradise Kivu
$ 22
1 Night
Available on request
Rubavu
Paradise Kivu
$ 22
Paradise Kivu Resort is a hidden gem that beckons travellers seeking serenity and natural beauty. Located on the shores of Lake Kivu, the resort offers a unique blend of lush surroundings, modern amenities, and a deep connection to Rwanda’s rich cultural heritage. Set against the backdrop of the majestic Lake Kivu, the resort boasts breathtaking views of the emerald waters and the towering Virunga Mountains in the distance. Whether you’re relaxing on your private balcony or strolling through the meticulously landscaped gardens, you’ll be immersed in a world of natural wonder. The resort is designed with modern-day travellers in mind, offering a range of luxurious accommodations to suit all preferences. From spacious suites with contemporary amenities to cosy cottages that blend seamlessly with the surroundings, Paradise Kivu Resort ensures a comfortable stay for every guest. The decor exudes elegance with a touch of traditional Rwandan craftsmanship, creating an atmosphere of warmth and sophistication. This is one of our favorite spots at Lake Kivu. An ideal climate, the perfect amount of sunshine, a relaxing lake and rolling green hills. A case of serenity in an unspoilt nature. Explore this beauty with a stay at Paradise Kivu. Dining at Paradise Kivu Resort is a journey of the senses. The on-site restaurants serve a diverse selection of gourmet dishes that highlight the flavours of both local and international cuisine. You can savour the freshest ingredients in a variety of settings, from al fresco dining by the lake to intimate indoor experiences, all accompanied by impeccable service. What sets Paradise Kivu Resort apart is its commitment to sharing the rich cultural heritage of Rwanda. Guests can participate in traditional dance performances, visit nearby villages, and engage in various cultural activities that provide insight into the country’s history and vibrant present. It’s an opportunity to connect with the local community and leave with a deeper appreciation for Rwanda’s traditions. read more read less
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Akagera Rhino Lodge - Tour
Akagera Rhino Lodge
$ 50
1 Night
Available on request
Kayonza
Akagera Rhino Lodge
$ 50
Located on the edge of Akagera National Park, Akagera Rhino Lodge is the perfect place to sit back, relax and soak in magnificent views of central Africa's largest protected wetland system. An oasis of peace and serenity. Accommodation The lodge is rustic in nature and has been curated to include the distinctive hallmarks of Rwandan hospitality. All rooms have a breathtaking view of the Lake Ihema in the National Park, and wide terraces to relax after your trip. Wood and stone have been skillfully crafted by local artisans into custom rooms and furnishings that give Akagera Rhino Lodge a uniquely Rwandan design. Each room is outfitted with premium mattresses, custom furnishings and bathrooms stocked with locally sourced toiletries. Dining Dine in the open-air restaurant and enjoy international cuisine and traditional African dishes. The lodge also serves coffee and fresh juice made from locally sourced beans and fruit. These are complemented by a selection of home-baked breads, fresh juices and garden-fresh fruits and vegetables. The dining space includes a large, outdoor patio with thatched roof-shaded tables for those who wish to enjoy an open-air meal during the day or delight in a starry dinner under the night sky. Activities With an exciting range of community activities to immerse yourself in during your stay, you can be certain that you will have an unforgettable experience. No matter which part of the park you visit, there is always something to see. From the Big 5 (Lion, Elephant, Leopard, Buffalo and Rhino) to the smaller creatures that call Akagera home. The park has an abundance of animals including a range of antelopes such as Topi, Eland, Roan and Impala. You can also view Zebra, Maasai Giraffe, Bush Buck and Baboon up close. Akagera National Park is the best place in Rwanda for birding with more than 500 species calling the park home. Whilst on safari in the park, take advantage of every opportunity to spot species endemic to Rwanda and those visiting from abroad. Keep a close eye on the park's many lakes for species as varied as the Pied Kingfisher, Fish Eagle, Grey Crowned Cranes, Open Billed Stork, Cormorant, as well as the Egret. If you're especially lucky, you may even find the elusive Shoebill in the northern swamps of the park.   read more read less
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Tiloreza Volcanoes Eco-Lodge - Tour
Tiloreza Volcanoes Eco-Lodge
$ 121
1 Night
21 May, 22 May, 23 May, and more
Kinigi, Northern Province
Tiloreza Volcanoes Eco-Lodge
$ 121
Tiloreza Volcanoes Ecolodge is an environment-friendly boutique hotel located near Volcanoes National Park in Kinigi. Just a 15-minute drive from the headquarters of Rwanda’s renowned Volcanoes National Park, it is in a prime location for guests wishing to trek to see the mountain gorillas and offers great views of the surrounding volcanoes and countryside. Steeped in an aura of tranquillity, the property is built in the style of an elegant mountain lodge surrounded by lush greenery. It is the little touches that ensure you have an almost perfect stay. Before leaving for gorilla or golden monkey trekking in Volcanoes National Park, you will be kitted out with gaiters to keep your trousers dry in the dewy rainforest. After your exhilarating return, the staff will whisk away your muddy boots to be cleaned, and present you with a refreshing drink, a warm towel and soft slippers so you can relive your experience in complete comfort. After a delicious dinner, you find your bed being gently warmed by an old-fashioned hot water bottle. Add to that a heated swimming pool, a sauna, a massage service (both excellent for unknotting sore muscles after a day of hiking) and a high-speed Wi-Fi connection, Tiloreza Volcanoes Ecolodge ticks all the boxes for a flawless stop outside the national park. It has been built to accommodate those with physical disabilities and has a stand-alone cottage for guests wanting complete privacy. read more read less
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The Bishop's House - Tour
The Bishop's House
$ 543
1 Night
21 May, 22 May, 23 May, and more
Ruhengeri, Northern Province
The Bishop's House
$ 543
The Bishop's House is well known as the gateway to the Volcanoes National Park which is just a 25-minute drive from the hotel. The Volcanoes National Park is home to the Mountain Gorilla and the Golden Monkey. This location is in a rich quiet suburb of Musanze making the house the ideal location for travellers wanting to explore the Volcanoes National Park, the Musanze Caves and all the other attractions that make the area a busy tourist hub. The Bishop's House offers the ultimate in luxury and comfort, with spacious guest rooms and world-class amenities that are sure to exceed your expectations. From plush bedding to stunning views, we've thought of everything to make your stay with us unforgettable. Accommodation There are nine luxurious en-suite rooms: six Superior rooms (including one twin), two Deluxe suites and an Executive suite. Each room is individually styled with differing furniture, colour schemes and artwork, but all are equipped with DSTV, mini-fridge, and tea and coffee facilities. The small en-suite bathrooms have a walk-in shower and complimentary toiletries. The main difference between the superior rooms and the suites is the size, with the Deluxe and Executive Suite each having a small lounge. The Executive suite also has a spacious dressing area and a bathroom with twin sinks and a bath. The bedrooms are mostly upstairs, although a couple are located on the ground floor, where you’ll also find a double-height lounge with sofas and a fireplace and the dining area with its small bar. Restaurant The Bishop’s House restaurant opens every day at 05:30 AM for breakfast. Guests order all hot dishes directly from the kitchen with an array of breakfast cereals and fresh fruit being available. Our five-course menu table d’hote lunch is served from 12:30 PM and our six-course dinner menu is served from 07:30 PM. All meals include the availability of unlimited soft drinks, local beers, and house wines with the exclusion of all premium drinks. Attractions There are several attractions to visit when staying at Bishops House, from cultural and nature experiences, you will not be disappointed. Karisoke Research Center EasyHatch Volcanoes National Park Lake Ruhondo Mount Bisoke Lake Karago The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International read more read less
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