Magashi Camp

After a day’s game drive in Akagera National Park, kick back and enjoy the impeccable service at the sumptuous Magashi Camp.

Overlooking Lake Rwanyakazinga and located in its own private concession area, the camp offers just six spacious tented guest rooms. The main area features a luxurious lounge, dining area, wine cellar and pool, as well as an expansive viewing deck with fire pit – perfect for toasting marshmallows under a starlit sky. Immersed in its natural surroundings this is a magical place to stay for families with children aged six and older.

Facilities & Activities

Wildlife enthusiasts can revel in the activities on offer, including day and exclusive night game drives. The camp’s open 4×4 vehicles each fit a maximum of seven guests, meaning that everyone gets an outside seat. Guests can also book catch-and-release fishing trips and boating excursions in an eight-seater swamp cruisers to view the water birds and other aquatic animals seen around Lake Rwanyakazinga.

For some down-time, there’s a relaxing pool, surrounded by a sun terrace dotted with loungers, and a small library inside the central tent. Service is top notch – staff are friendly and polite, and on hand to greet you with drinks on arrival after safari

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Expect fresh, wholesome food of excellent quality in the dining and bar area. Tuck into homemade breads and jams, wild honey and tropical fruit for breakfast, and fish from the lake for your three-course dinner. The buffet brunches include an exciting array of salads and dishes that taste as good as they look. Don’t miss sampling the Rwanda coffee, or expertly-crafted sundowner cocktails around the fire in the evening.


The six spacious, sumptuous tents have private decks so you can enjoy uninterrupted views over Lake Rwanyakazinga all to yourself. Inside, natural wood walls and floors blend with hide and sisal rugs, and you’ll sleep soundly in crisp sheets beneath a pink mosquito net. En-suite bathrooms are generously proportioned, and kitted out with eco-friendly toiletries.

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Children aged six and above are welcome. Children aged between six and 16 must share a room with an adult


Magashi Camp prides itself its eco-friendly image and active role in conservation efforts, the camp is 100% solar powered and uses no single use plastic products with the aim of having as little negative impact on the surrounding environment as possible. Its core purpose is to help contribute towards the conservation and sustainable operation of Rwanda’s last protected Savannah ecosystem. The lodge has taken on roles such as monitoring and studying local wildlife such as the endangered Shoebill Stork and the reintroduction of Black Rhinos. In addition they help in the removal of alien invasive plant species that threaten the local ecosystem and also help to support and fund post-graduate Rwandan conservation students in order to ensure a prosperous future for the region. Your visit really does help, and as wilderness Safari’s puts it ‘every guest is a philanthropist’.


Set in the north-eastern corner of Akagera National Park, Magashi Camp overlooks Lake Rwanyakazinga and some of East Africa’s most scenic savannah. It’s the only camp in Rwanda situated inside a national park, and the entire complex is raised on a wooden walkway to protect guests from hippos and crocs. It takes around three and a half hours to drive to the capital, Kigali.

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