Located on the edge of Volcanoes National Park – an area of immense natural diversity, safeguarded for some of the world’s last remaining mountain gorillas.
A warm, earthy space designed for reflection and restoration, this villa connects guests with the Rwandan forest landscape in a remarkable and meaningful way – designed in harmony with its surroundings. A layered space inspired by the endangered mountain gorillas guests have the privilege of trekking with during their stay, it reflects both their strength and gentleness in its design.
Singita Kataza House is a vibrant and dynamic destination that offers truly transformative wildlife encounters.
Rich colours and natural textures create a nurturing, cocooning experience with constant references to the setting. Windows framing the remarkable mountain and forest views constantly ground you in your surroundings.
In- and outdoor fireplaces and heated plunge pools encourage a constant connection to the landscape, day and night. Even the menu – featuring fresh produce grown on site in the Akarabo Nursery serves to highlight the rich abundance and wholesome, healing power of this destination.
Every aspect of the experience is underpinned by seamless, intuitive service and the genuine warmth of this welcoming country.
A fully equipped fitness centre, massage treatment room, cinema, wine cellar and interactive kitchen fulfil your every social, sustenance and wellness need.
Village and city tours, and the Conservation Room (an interactive space equipped to offer insight and education on the mountain gorillas) are further ways in which you can immerse yourself in the rich natural and cultural heritage of this corner of Rwanda.
What to see and do at Kataza House.
Conservation at Volcanoes National Park
The One Planet Sustainability framework, which supports all of Singita’s operations, was also fundamental to the construction of Singita Kwitonda Lodge and Kataza House at Singita Volcanoes National Park (SVNP)
The One Planet Sustainability framework, which supports all of Singita’s operations, was also fundamental to the construction of Singita Kwitonda Lodge and Kataza House at Singita Volcanoes National Park (SVNP), and its set of 10 sustainability principles continue to guide all decision-making on the ground. Biodiversity conservation Singita’s primary motivation for operating in Rwanda is to play…