Singita Kwitonda Lodge

Volcanoes National Park

Singita Kwitonda Lodge sits on 178 acres of land on the edge of Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park, where more than a third of the world’s endangered mountain gorillas find refuge. Designed around local materials, the buildings have been crafted using volcanic rock, river stone, handmade ceramic tiles and oven-red clay bricks made by surrounding communities.

The interiors have been curated with a focus on handcrafted details. Each room features a veranda, indoor and outdoor showers, soaking tubs, a heated plunge pool, fireplaces, and a treatment area so guests can unwind with a massage after a day of activities.

A central hub with indoor and outdoor living spaces serves as the heart of the Lodge. This space forms an enclave with lounges, dining areas, an outdoor fire pit, an interactive kitchen, bar deli and a wine cellar.

Opportunities to relax are plentiful; healthy food, yoga, meditation and massages are all tailored to nurture, comfort and rejuvenate.

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Why we recommend Singita Kwitonda Lodge

Spending time tracking mountain gorillas is the ultimate wildlife experience and Singita Kwitonda Lodge puts gorilla trekking within easy reach, along with hikes to observe gorilla groups in the Volcanoes National Park. Apart from boasting a fabulous location, this lodge forms part of an undertaking by Singita and the Rwandan government to reforest and restore the surrounding land here.

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