Rwanda gets our vote for rising above its war-torn past to become one of the safest countries in Africa and the 9th safest country in the world (according to the World Economic Forum). Discover everything ‘the country of a thousand hills’ has to offer, from its warm hospitality and spectacular national parks to trekking with the world’s last wild mountain gorillas on your own Rwanda luxury safari.
Combining wildlife and adventure with a high-value, low-impact eco-tourism model, a trip to Rwanda is experiential travel at its best. Our unforgettable Rwanda safari adventures always include world-class eco-hotels, the best guides and trackers, an incredible food scene and the most essential of holiday factors: good coffee.
Of course, luxury travel to Rwanda isn’t complete without an excursion to the Nyungwe Forest National Park. Known as the Amazon of Africa, it is another must-see destination for the opportunity to track chimpanzees or spot elusive golden monkeys and troops of white colobus monkeys frolicking in the trees. You also shouldn’t miss the highly rarified experience of a gorilla safari in Rwanda, one of the last places in the world one can still trek to see these majestic, playful, highly sentient mammals in the wild.
Though landlocked, a safari in Rwanda offers an incredible range of adventures to make your experience truly memorable. Explore the vast range of activities we curate for every age, from trekking to see the primates that call the rainforests of Rwanda home to immersing yourself in the local communities and exploring Kigali, one of the continent’s most dynamic capitals. Discover everything you can do on a luxury safari in Rwanda.
Your home away from home on the open plains of Africa. With the utmost safety and security free from the heavy footfall of crowds and busy city life. Our handpicked selection of African villas and lodges are in the most remote and pristine wilderness areas, allowing you to reconnect, restore and rewild with your friends and loved ones.
Let Africa be your classroom and the wilderness your teacher on your luxury Rwanda safari.
“There is a language going on out there,
the roars, snorts, trumpets, squeals, whoops and chirps
that have meaning derived over eons of expression.
We have yet to become fluent in the language – and music – of the wild.” - Boyd Norton