Experience a Historic Part of Rwanda's Conservation Story as One&Only Gorilla's Nest re-imagines Jack Hanna's Cottage
| 10:40 Europe/Amsterdam
One&Only’s second ultra-luxury nature resort in Rwanda, One&Only Gorilla’s Nest, is surrounded by a fragrant eucalyptus forest in the foothills of the breath-taking Volcanoes National Park, on the doorstep of where the rare mountain gorillas roam in …
Kerzner International Welcomes His Excellency Paul Kagame, President of Republic of Rwanda to Officially Open One&Only Gorilla's Nest in Rwanda
| 15:56 Europe/Amsterdam
Kerzner International Holdings Limited (“Kerzner”) welcomed His Excellency Paul Kagame, President, Republic of Rwanda for the official opening of One&Only Gorilla’s Nest in Rwanda on Thursday, 27 February 2020. Offering an exclusive front-row …
Holistic wellness harnessing African botanicals and traditional healing at One&Only Gorilla’s Nest
| 10:10 Europe/Amsterdam
Nestled in the foothills of the Virunga volcano range in northwest Rwanda, One&Only Gorilla’s Nest, opening in November 2019, will offer guests the rare opportunity to view majestic mountain gorillas in their natural habitat. The closest resort to …
Candice Swanepoel Gets Back to Nature in Rwandaopens in new window
For his latest collaboration with Harper’s BAZAAR, photographer David Yarrow trekked through the lushly forested slopes of Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park to shoot model Candice Swanepoel in the season’s most eye-popping prints—with the silverback mountain gorillas and golden monkeys they met along the way.
CNT exclusive review: One&Only Gorilla’s Nestopens in new window
On the outskirts of Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park lies a luxury resort with local experiences at its heart. One&Only Gorilla’s Nest has got the whole luxury gorilla experience thing down to an art. Given where it is – in the foothills of the ethereal, cloud-forested peaks of the Virunga volcanoes range in Rwanda, where families of mountain gorillas roam – this is not surprising.
My gorilla adventure in the Rwandan jungleopens in new window
Jane Knight finds gorillas (and chimpanzees) in heartening numbers on a visit to this wonderfully resurgent African country. The male gorilla is advancing, frantically beating its chest — and I’m mere yards away in the mountain rainforest, close enough to see the grass stalks caught in its densely matted fur, to absorb every detail of the intent face, eyes locked on mine.
The 13 Most Hotly Anticipated Hotel Openings of the Fallopens in new window
From an art-drenched spot in Milan to one of Costa Rica’s first tented camps, these hotels making fall debuts don’t disappoint.