Akagera Game Lodge is currently the only accommodation option within Akagera National Park. More of a hotel than a traditional safari lodge, it has fantastic views over Lake Ihema, with a large swimming pool perched on the edge of the savannah. However, plans to upgrade ... Read more about Akagera Game Lodge
|25%|74% (7 reviews)
In the southwest of Rwanda, Nyungwe Forest National Park is an enormous tropical forest with a high canopy. Covering about 970km2, Nyungwe is the largest swathe of montane forest left in East or Central Africa, shown in the Map of Rwanda.
While the accommodation at the ... Read more about ORTPN Resthouse
Umubano Kigali Hotel
|17%|70% (6 reviews)
Novotel Kigali Umubano was taken over a couple of years ago and is now known as the Umubano Kigali Hotel. It is situated in the embassy district of Kigali, about 5km from the centre of town and is a quite base for any stay in this vibrant city. We are currently in the process ... Read more about Umubano Kigali
|17%|80% (1 reviews)
Bethanie Guesthouse is situated in the middle of Rwanda's lakeshore, close to the town of Kibuye, which is probably the prettiest of the three towns on the shores of Lake Kivu.
The Béthanie Guest House has a great location right beside the lapping waves, facing west into the setting sun... Read more about Bethanie Guesthouse
Hotel des Mille Collines
|17%|81% (28 reviews)
Hotel des Mille Collines is set in Rwanda's capital city: Kigali. It is a four-star international hotel with 112 rooms, set in large gardens in downtown Kigali. The hotel gained much of its notoriety from its role within the feature film, Hotel Rwanda. As within the film, ... Read more about Hotel des Mille Collines
Kigali Serena Hotel
|17%|89% (36 reviews)
Serena Hotels took over the operation of Kigali InterContinental Hotel on 1st February 2007, renaming it the Kigali Serena Hotel. They extensively renovated it into a large up-market hotel with plenty of modern facilities.
Located just 10 kilometers from Kigali airport, ... Read more about Kigali Serena Hotel
|17%|80% (4 reviews)
Palacina - The Residence and The Suites is a top boutique hotel, located in the relatively quiet, central suburb of Kilimani, some 4km as the crow flies from Nairobi's central business district (CBD) and 20km from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.
This small. 14-suite ... Read more about Palacina
|17%|87% (38 reviews)
Macushla House is a converted home situated in the leafy, quiet Langata area of southwest Nairobi. This residential suburb is about 18km from downtown Nairobi and 30km from the international airport.
Because Macushla House is owner-managed, it has a very personal and intimate feel to it... Read more about Macushla House
Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge
|8%|93% (14 reviews)
Sabyino Silverback Lodge is the sister-camp to the well-known Governors' Camp in Kenya's Maasai Mara, although it is technically owned by the community trust SACOLA. It is the most luxurious lodge in the area, with a price to match!
The lodge is situated on the edge of ... Read more about Sabyinyo Silverback
Serena Hotel Dar
|8%|77% (41 reviews)
Conveniently close to the airport, in the centre of town, the Serena Hotel Dar (previously called the Moevenpick Royal Palm Hotel) is perhaps the city's best large hotel: it's very professional and ideal for short overnight stops.
The Serena Hotel Dar has 230 rooms in ... Read more about Serena Hotel Dar
Zanzibar Coffee House
|8%|82% (51 reviews)
The small Zanzibar Coffee House Hotel sits above a coffee shop down one of Stone Town's narrow streets. All their coffee comes from the owner's plantation in southern Tanzania. The beans are roasted on site at the hotel, and as a result the entire hotel has a lovely aroma... Read more about Zanzibar Coffee House
Beyt al Salaam
|8%|82% (44 reviews)
Beyt al Salaam, previously Beyt al Chai, has recently reopened it's doors (Jan 2014) having changed owners and been completely refurbished.
The Beyt al Salaam is a small boutique hotel which is relaxed and peaceful, and a favourite amongst our travellers. The building ... Read more about Beyt al Salaam
Fumba Beach Lodge
|8%|86% (34 reviews)
Fumba Beach Lodge first opened its doors in 2005, and offers plenty of style, character and creativity - with bright colours and a real feeling of space throughout the lodge. It is the perfect place for those seeking a bit of privacy as there are endless places to sit and ... Read more about Fumba Beach Lodge
Toka Leya Camp
|8%|89% (19 reviews)
The brand new Toka Leya Camp opened in May 2008 – and it's beautiful! Toka Leya Camp is named after the local Toka Leya people, who inhabited this area near Livingstone for centuries even before David Livingstone arrived here.
Toka Leya Camp is located in the Mosi-Oa-Tunya ... Read more about Toka Leya Camp
|8%|92% (66 reviews)
Run by the ever-helpful couple, Ralph and Elies, Unguja Lodge is a small, relaxed and friendly lodge in a lovely spot overlooking the picturesque Menai Bay Conservation area.
The design of Unguja is modern and quite unique - lots of large white curving walls and high thatched ... Read more about Unguja Lodge
Lake Manze Adventure Camp
|8%|93% (173 reviews)
Lake Manze Adventure Camp opened in 2007 on a prime location overlooking Lake Manze, which is one of the more northerly of a series of lakes and rivers within a rich alluvial floodplain of the Rufiji River. It lies at the heart of Tanzania’s Selous Game Reserve, and was ... Read more about Lake Manze Camp
Pongwe Beach Hotel
|8%|95% (56 reviews)
Nestled between two outcrops of coral rock and on a secluded stretch of white-powdery beach, Pongwe Beach Hotel is a quiet, simple and great value little lodge. Its sheltered cove is dotted with palm trees, hammocks and sun loungers and at high tide the water cuts Pongwe’s ... Read more about Pongwe Beach Hotel
|8%|98% (64 reviews)
The tiny and stylishly rustic Crocodile Bushcamp – also known as Crocodile River Camp – is one half of a pair of bushcamps, known as Chikoko Trails Camps, that occupy a remote walking-only section of the South Luangwa National Park. Made of reed and thatch, and rebuilt ... Read more about Crocodile Bushcamp
Serengeti under Canvas
|8%|100% (7 reviews)
The Serengeti under Canvas camps are simple bush camps that aim to maintain a level of luxury. They are semi-permanent, moving from site to site through the year to keep close to the migrating wildebeest herds.
The Serengeti under Canvas camps are run by &Beyond, who ... Read more about Serengeti under Canvas
|8%|100% (137 reviews)
Beho Beho has a unique location in Selous Game Reserve – high on a hill in an area dotted with baobab trees. Indeed, the name Beho Beho means ‘breeze’; apt given its airy location. Its site was first used as early as 1972, and it’s not only one of the reserve’s first camps, ... Read more about Beho Beho
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