- Rwanda Volcanoes National Park - Rwanda

Singita Kataza House is set within a landscape of wetlands and lush meadows with magnificent views of the Sabyinyo, Gahinga and Muhabura volcanoes.

Designed around local materials, the buildings have been crafted using volcanic rock, river stone, handmade ceramic tiles and oven-red clay bricks made by surrounding communities; connecting the structure to the landscape and its culture. These influences, interpreted in a contemporary style come together in a current, authentic and entirely unique architectural layout that is sensitive to its context and enjoys the privilege of remarkable views.

Mountain bamboo, ferns, giant lobelias and forest trees provide a natural backdrop that over time will engulf the buildings and reclaim them back into the forest. Dramatic stone walls rise out of the volcanic boulders, and from these the architecture is suspended. A combination of green-roofed, stonewalled, organic cabin-like structures set alongside light verandas offers a dynamic play on shape and texture.

The interiors have been carefully curated with a focus on handcrafted details. By layering texture and color and introducing detail through artisanal and handmade pieces like woven panels, handmade tiles, and clay feature pots, the space is both reflective and interactive. All elements combine to create a rare and richly textured experience that is true to this extraordinary place.

While completely private, the villa is set alongside the Singita Kwitonda Lodge. Villa guests are able to enjoy access to the facilities and amenities of the lodge as an additional gathering place to relax, entertain and dine.

The villa sleeps eight people in four bedrooms and amenities include:

  • Full staff including private chef and host
  • Indoor baths and showers
  • Kitchen
  • Open living and dining spaces
  • Indoor and outdoor fireplaces
  • Media room
  • Gym
  • Swimming pool and heated plunge pool
  • Indoor and outdoor massage/wellness treatments
  • Onsite garden and nursery
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Children of all ages are welcome at the villa, but please note that the minimum age for gorilla trekking is 16
  • Access to all facilities and amenities at Singita Kwitonda Lodge

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Experience Rwanda

Tucked between Tanzania to the east, Uganda to the north and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the west, Rwanda is a remarkably small country nestled in a 10,169-square mile pocket of land brimful of high-altitude forests and shimmering lakes.


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Conservation at Volcanoes National Park

Aligned with our mission to preserve Africa’s most vulnerable landscapes for future generations, Singita’s primary motivation for operating in Rwanda is to play a role in the conservation of this critically endangered species and its natural habitat.

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“When you realise the value of all life, you dwell less on what is past and concentrate more on the preservation of the future.” Dian Fossey


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