Experience luxury voluntourism in Rwanda. Known as the ‘Land of a Thousand Hills’, Rwanda is welcomes you with open arms.
There’s breathtaking scenery: from the Nyungwe Forest to Lake Kivu, and of course tracking the magnificent mountain gorillas is a highlight. Moreover, golden monkeys and chimpanzees are to be seen as well.
Make your stay memorable and fulfilling by helping build a home for street children, or help with their education.
Mountains, gorillas, lakes, chimpanzees and memorials to a horrific recent past. This is a country on the up.
Rwanda has several amazing eco-luxury properties; some of our favorites are: Bisate Lodge, Singita Kwitonda Lodge & Kataza House, Gorilla’s Nest, Magashi Camp, Nyungwe House, The Retreat – Kigali.
Make a Difference
You can help build a home for street-kids in Kigali or teach children eager to learn.
Suggested Luxury Voluntourism Itinerary
Example Price: US$15,535 per adult
This luxury voluntourism adventure in Rwanda enables you and your family to be amazed by gorgeous scenery, encounter the magnificent mountain gorillas, learn more about the appalling genocide at a memorial, and fall in love with the real treasure: the Rwandan people. What’s more, leave a legacy by helping build a home for street-kids, giving them the right foundation to lift themselves out of poverty and have a bright future.
- Encountering mountain gorillas (min. age 15)
- Guided tour of colorful Kigali
- Visit an informative genocide memorial
- Building a home for street-kids
- Visit a fascinating Cultural Village
- Luxury accomodation throughout
- Volunteering costs
- Airport transfers
- Expert local guides
- Meals as specified (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)
Note: International flights are not included, but can be arranged, including private jet
Sample Day by Day
Note: This is a sample itinerary, which can be tailored to your specific requirements
Luxury Voluntourism Highlights
Here are some visual highlights from a luxury voluntourism trip to Rwanda, including mountain gorillas, chimpanzees, Nyungwe Forest, Lake Kivu, Akagera National Park, Kigali.
How to help in Rwanda
Play a part in rescuing children from the streets of Kigali. You can help fund and build a home for street-kids.
Teaching in Kigali
Help educate Rwandan youth in Kigali. Education is key to a positive future and you can help provide it.
If you spend 3-5 days helping here, your daily schedule can fit several ways: you can spend part of the day teaching and the other part as a combination of participating in clubs with the street kids on the projects (presently housed in rented accommodation or reintegrated and looked after by guardians/parents/relatives), visiting genocide survivors groups, and craft making groups formed by genocide survivors.
Note – this is one example of how you can help on a luxury voluntourism trip to Rwanda; we delight in crafting trips to your exact preferences.