Magashi Camp

Akagera National Park

An eco-friendly lodge that honors the traditional Rwandan culture located in a remote and wild park, relaunched thanks to a great conservation project.


In a private concession in the North-eastern corner of Akagera National Park, overlooking the Lake Rwanyakazinga.


6 spacious tents each with private veranda and en-suite bathroom. Facilities include a swimming pool.


Day and night game drives in 4×4 open vehicles and boat safaris.


The Akagera National Park is home to many herbivores like elephants, black rhino, buffalo, giraffe, zebra and several species of antelope including the rare sitatunga. Predators include lions, which were reintroduced into the park in the 2015 after a 20-year absence, leopards and spotted hyenas. The park hosts more than 500 bird species including the elusive shoebill.


A unique lodge due to its location and to its architecture and interiors, which honor the traditional Rwandan culture. The Akagera National Park: a remote and wild park, devastated by poaching and now relaunched thanks to a great conservation project. Game drives and boat safaris, during which you can spot also rare or elusive species such as black rhino, reintroduced in 2017, leopard and shoebill.