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How a tea estate is helping to conserve Rwanda’s rich biodiversityopens in new window
There are only two things that most people think about when they hear “Rwanda”: the country’s unfathomable genocide, the 25th anniversary of which is in 2019; and, to a lesser extent, the critically endangered mountain gorilla.
14
Oct
2019
www.cityam.com
You Can Now Dine in the Forest: Here are 7 Amazing Experiences Around the Worldopens in new window
If you’ve ever been camping, dining in a forest might not sound like the most novel idea. But if your version includes sitting around a campfire on REI chairs, grilling sausages, toasting s’mores and drinking wine from a tin mug, then you’ve only experienced one one kind of eating outdoors
14
Oct
2019
robbreport.com
The 13 Most Hotly Anticipated Hotel Openings of the Fallopens in new window
Rwanda is undoubtedly a white-hot destination and One&Only is getting in on the action with the ultra-luxurious One&Only Gorilla’s Nest Rwanda, located just outside the wildlife-filled Volcanoes National Park.
19
Sep
2019
robbreport.com
Among Emerald Leaves, A stay at One&Only Nyungwe Houseopens in new window
Drums beat. Arms are placed across chests, palms pressed over hearts. “You are most welcome here.” A steaming towel is offered to me as I enter One&Only Nyungwe House. I look around, taking in the traditional geometric designs inscribed onto screens, the fierce masks hanging above fireplaces, the woven bowls mounted on the walls, their rims facing out like gaping flowers.
01
Jun
2019
readcereal.com
Treasure Makwanise On His Path From Homeless Kitchen Porter to Luxury Resort Chefopens in new window
Treasure Makwanise is the Executive Chef at One & Only’s new luxury resort, Nyungwe House, in southwestern Rwanda. Most executive chefs have honed their skills over decades in the kitchen, but Makwanise’s natural talent for cooking turbocharged his career, securing him the role at just 27.
01
Jun
2019
www.cntraveler.com
One&Only Nyungwe House Gisakura, Rwandaopens in new window
A luxurious, sophisticated wilderness retreat perched at the edge of Nyungwe National Park in south-western Rwanda. You’ll no doubt have come here to see the local chimpanzees but you’ll want to stay for the sublime setting, the service, and the spa. Pack for precipitation: it isn’t called the rainforest for nothing.
01
Jun
2019
www.telegraph.co.uk
Go Inside Rwanda’s Newest Luxury Resortopens in new window
Nestled deep in one of the oldest rain forests in Africa, on a Rwandan working tea plantation that seems too picturesque to possibly be real, lies One&Only Nyungwe House. A venture here is an escape from the rest of the world achievable only at a few places in this day and age.
01
Jun
2019
dujour.com