Our Flexibility Promise & British Airways Sale

The British Airways sale is now on, with huge savings in all cabins to destinations worldwide. And, you can still make the most of our Flexibility Promise, available on all tailor-made holidays booked by 31st May.


  • One of Rwanda's most luxurious lodges
  • Gorilla encounters in the wild
  • World-class regional cuisine
  • Spectacular contemporary rooms
  • Located in the Volcanoes National Park

This luxurious resort is uniquely positioned at the foot of the Virunga Volcano Range. Stylish rooms and suites overlook Eucalyptus forest and farmland against a backdrop of misty mountains. And of course, the highlight of a stay here is the chance to encounter gorillas in the wild – a once in a lifetime experience.

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Among the stunning flora and fauna of the Volcanoes National Park, One&Only Gorilla's Nest is a haven. Lodges are bright and airy, with traditional touches and Imigongo art to fill the space with a sense of history. Large viewing decks bring you into the heart of your jungle surroundings, while suite upgrades will see you relaxing in an outdoor bathtub, gathering around a fire pit and swimming in a private pool. Stay connected to home with high-speed WiFi, and indulge with a comprehensive in-room minibar and fireplace on cooler nights.

Dining showcases traditional Rwandan flavours with contemporary flair at Nest, the resort's main restaurant. Fresh produce from the onsite chef's garden provides a seasonal base for a menu of delicious world cuisine, curated by One&Only's exceptional team of chefs. A specialty tea and coffee bar is also available here, while a selection of exotic cocktails, regional and world wines are served among the dark wood furnishings and warm African decor of Nest Bar.

And, a visit to Rwanda would not be complete without seeing some of its incredible wildlife. Hike through verdant bamboo forests to see a troop of majestic mountain gorillas up close, a truly unforgettable experience. Track golden monkeys as they leap between trees, or scale Bisoke volcano to reach a vast crater lake. You can even visit a network of 65 million year-old caves, populated by a colony of local bats.


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