Inside the luxurious safari lodge luring travellers to Rwanda’s remotest corner


While it’s now 25 years since the genocide in Rwanda, it is remarkable that this war-torn country should have picked itself up so fast to become one of the most sought-after safari destinations in Africa, and home to some of the continent’s most expensive lodges. The main attraction, to date, has been primates – gorillas, in the main, and also chimpanzees and golden monkeys. But with the opening of Wilderness Safaris’ Magashi – a camp in the north-eastern corner of the country – Rwanda is offering a classic safari option for upmarket travellers. For Wilderness – which also owns the exclusive Bisate Lodge – it is a natural extension for guests who have been trekking with gorillas and want a taste…

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