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Wilderness Safaris’ newly launched Bisate Lodge in Rwanda has won the coveted PURE Award in the Mindful Design category, announced at an exclusive ceremony held during the PURE Life Experiences travel trade show in Marrakesh on 12 September 2017.
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Wilderness Safaris is proud to announce the opening of Bisate Lodge, situated next to the renowned Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda. Comprising just six spacious forest villas, Bisate offers a luxurious base from which to enjoy an extraordinary gorilla conservation experience and life-changing journey to this beautiful region.
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The Rwanda Development Board today announced an increase in the price of Gorilla Permits from US$ 750 to US $1,500 for all visitors effective immediately...
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Wilderness Safaris has long been one of the leading lights in African tourism when it comes to launching properties that champion sustainable interaction with the surrounding communities and environment, so we were excited to hear them announce their latest venture at this year’s We Are Africa Opening Cocktail: Bisate Lodge in Rwanda. To find out...
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Discover the baroque beauty of Rwanda on different types of helicopters with special tailor made flight routes to suit your leisure or business charters. We shall fly you over cities, lakes and thousands of hills for stunning aerial views. From the skyline to the southern province where you will witness the thickest of forests in...
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The Government of Rwanda through its aviation arm, Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority (RCAA) has embarked on a number of infrastructure projects to address short and long term capacity issues in order to comfortably contain the current and projected future increase in traffic. It’s almost fifteen months ago that the Government of Rwanda through its aviation...
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As the only protected savannah environment in the country, Akagera is unique in Rwanda. Along with the usual East African savannah game; large herds of buffalo and impala, zebra and topi on the open plains, smaller antelope such as oribi, klipspringer, bushbuck and reedbuck, as well as elephant and large populations of hippo and crocodiles,...
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