Singita's heritage of conservation with style arrives in Rwanda in the form of Kwitonda Lodge and Kataza House. Protection of the region's unique wildlife, reforestation and community empowerment lie at the very heart of this ambitious project, creating 7000 acres of protected land whilst providing visitors with the unforgettable experience of witnessing mountain gorillas in their natural habitat.
Set against the backdrop of the Muhaburam, Gahinga and Sabyinyo volcanoes amongst ferns, mountain bamboo and giant lobelias, the luxury suites were constructed by local communities from stone, rock, ceramic tiles and clay bricks and finished with beautiful artisan features. Several suites extend from the main lodge via volcanic rock pathways: seven one-bedroom suites, a two-bedroom suite and a four-bedroom villa, Kataza House, each features indoor & outdoor fireplaces, heated plunge pool outdoor shower and an outdoor massage area.
The hub of the lodge comprises indoor and outdoor living areas taking in views of the volcanoes, complemented by a dining area, fire pit, wine cellar and interactive kitchen.