Luxury Eco Wilderness Camps, Rwanda
Welcome to Rwanda the newest luxury safari destination in East Africa. Rwanda before was known as the smallest and smartest country in East African region and a home to the few remaining mountain gorillas in the world.
Rwanda highly embarking on tourism promotion in the region has so far branded it self as a new luxury gorilla safari destination and this was seen before by increasing its gorilla trekking permits from $ 750 to $ 1500 USD per person and launching new experiences like the exclusive and behind the scene adventures in the Volcanoes National Park and each going at the luxury price for luxury travelers.
Today, if you are planning to visit Rwanda and want to stay in very spacious premium lodges and camps here are the some of the facilities established and launched by the wilderness safari.
More so if you have been to other African region, say in the southern region and you have stayed before in Wilderness safari exclusive camps and interested to stay in the same properties here are some of the lodges and camps to stay come to Rwanda 2021.
Bisate Lodge is Rwanda’s first genuinely luxurious and eco – sensitive safari lodge, centred on Africa’s most immersive wild primate experience. Six opulent en-suite forest villas maximize comfort and views while adhering to environmentally responsible principles and reflecting the rich culture of rural Rwanda. Bisate is within easy driving distance of the Park Headquarters, from where gorilla treks depart daily. Walks on Bisate’s property offer birding and participation in the reforestation programme.
Blending the traditional with the modern, the exquisite guest areas feature floor to ceiling windows through which guests can marvel at the world outside while enjoying a refreshing drink at the elegant bar or the contemporary wine cellar. Activities in the area include gorilla tracking, cultural village visits, sightings of the golden monkey, birding and tours to places of interest such as Lakes Ruhondo and Burera, the Musanze Caves and the grave of Dian Fossey.
Luxurious accommodation in the northern region of Akagera national park with just six tented rooms, all with spectacular views over Lake Rwanyakazinga with sumptuous lounge, dining and bar area, viewing deck, fire-pit, swimming pool offering expertly guided game drives, night drives, boating, catch-and-release fishing, guided walks.
Magashi offers a very high-end base camp from which to explore Akagera! As this national park is a lesser-visited area in Rwanda, the prices for Magashi are very reasonable and designed to appeal.
So, for a great-value safari, offering luxury Rwanda safari and some of the best service and guiding in the country, this lodge is well worth including in an itinerary to Rwanda.
Accommodation consists of just six tented rooms, accessed via a wooden walkway from the main areas. The rooms look spacious and airy – and they’re open sided, boasting uninterrupted lake views. Each has a king-size bed that could be reconfigured as twin beds, bedside stands and lighting, some storage furniture, and a comfortable seating area. A couple of plush rugs adorn the timber floor, and useful additions such as a multi-plug adapter for charging, fans for hot days, and tea-and-coffee-making facilities add to the comfort. Every en-suite bathroom includes an indoor shower, single sink, and flush toilet.
The communal spaces at Magashi are also airy and open sided, with beautiful vistas over the lake. There’s a luxurious lounge, dining and bar area, pool, and expansive viewing deck with a convivial fire-pit, which is the perfect place for guests to socialize and share safari stories! The lounge has sumptuous seating around coffee tables, elegant lighting, overhead fans, and shelves containing reading material and some intriguing artefacts.
The dining area features chic tables-and-chairs, in addition to fans and sophisticated chandelier-style lighting, while the bar is centrally positioned within the building and features traditional Rwandan imigongo elements. All interiors flow out onto the large viewing deck, with a semi-circle of chairs around the fire-pit.