Rwanda, also known as the “Land of a Thousand Hills”, lies at the heart of Africa and is one of her most dynamic leisure destinations, offering vibrant cities, pristine wilderness and exceptionally hospitable people. Begin your journey with one night of 5-star comfort and sophistication in a private and peaceful retreat situated on an enchanting boulevard in Kigali Rwanda. Then move onto opulent forest villas located in the natural amphitheater of an eroded volcanic cone, combining the bucket-list gorilla trek with a pioneering vision of reforestation and community partnership.
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HOW TO GET THERE:
Cape Town – Kigali: 7h flight
Johannesburg – Kigali: 4h flight
“Kim organized us the most extraordinary trip that had so many incredible days that we will never forget. We celebrated Sam’s 70th at Singita Kwitonda Lodge, the staff pampered us with hor d’oeuvres, drinks and an African band. It was a joyous night to remember. We love you Kim for giving us this memorable trip.”
“This past year, my wife and I decided to go on a trip of a lifetime with a group of friends. We all decided to visit Rwanda and knew that since we were traveling in unchartered territory for us, we knew we had to pick the right travel group to make it right. At first, we were a bit reluctant to be using a company that was not “local” to us, as they were located in South Africa and we live in Washington DC. I came to learn that was a major benefit as THEY were the local company, local to the area we were going to visit. The trip was perfect and Timeless Africa Safaris came through with flying colors.”
“Wow! What an experience. We had the most incredible holiday and it is now safe to say that we are obsessed with the African continent! By far the highlight of the trip was Rwanda and the Mountain Gorillas. We will never forget the time we had with these incredible creatures, but what was most special about Rwanda, was Rwanda itself. Thank you for everything, we will be sure to recommend you to all our friends and family when planning to come to Africa.”