For the best experience, take a look at our selected lodges in Volcanoes National Park, Akagera National Park and Nyungwe Forest National Park.
Bisate Lodge is an outstanding addition to the Wilderness Safaris offering and an all-time favourite at YZ!
Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge is a fabulous place for the ultimate adventure – tracking the magnificent mountain gorilla and watching it in its home territory!
Virunga Lodge is one of four properties owned and run by Volcanoes Safaris, a company with over 15 years’ experience in leading gorilla treks from lodges in Rwanda and Uganda.
Mountain Gorilla View Lodge is situated just 10 minutes’ drive from the Volcanoes National Park, in Kinigi, Rwanda.
Five Volcanoes Boutique Hotel is situated in Musanze (Ruhengeri), on the road into Kinigi.
Amakoro Songa Lodge is situated in Kinigi, within the Northern Province of Rwanda, and close to the spectacular Volcanoes National Park.
Kigali Serena Hotel is situated in the centre of Rwanda’s capital city, a mere 10 kilometres from Kigali International Airport.
Singita Kwitonda Lodge is a thrilling option for travellers seeking an ultra-luxurious base from which to go gorilla trekking in Volcanoes N.P. and generally to experience the best of Rwanda.
This sumptuous property is fantastic for travellers seeking high-spec accommodation close to Nyungwe Forest, as well as a great range of activities in the area. Children of all ages are welcome, and accessible rooms are available.
Offering an exciting variety of activities, this classic eco-lodge is our favourite property within Akagera National Park! Children of all ages are welcome, and access for disabled persons is available on request.
Little sister property of Heaven Boutique Hotel, The Retreat is an excellent option for stopovers and longer stays in Rwanda’s capital city! All children are welcome, and access for disabled travellers is available.
With a fabulous location on one of Kigali’s famous ‘collines’ (hills), Heaven is superb for both stopovers and longer stays! All children are welcome, and access for disabled travellers is available on request.
Famous from the 2004 film ‘Hotel Rwanda’, Mille Collines is a reliably good option for stopovers and longer stays in Kigali! The property comes alive in the evenings, thanks to two great restaurants and a pool bar.
Kigali Marriott is more of a business hotel than other options in Kigali, but it’s comfortable and the accommodation is of a good standard. It’s fine for a one-night stay.
The latest offering from Wilderness Safaris, 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.