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Magashi

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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Arriving at Magashi by boat
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Imigongo tiles are a design feature of Magashi's main area, and an homage to local culture
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    Many of Magashi's staff were recruited from the communities surrounding Akagera National Park
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    The main area lounge is a comfortable and inviting space
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    Main area lounge
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    A beautiful spot for breakfast overlooking the lake
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    Best seats in the house - table for two overlooking Lake Rwanyakazina
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Relax in the lounge between activities
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    Welcome to Magashi
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    Dining on the deck in fair weather at Magashi
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    Evening view of Magashi main area
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    Indoor and outdoor dining is possible, depending on the weather
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    Magashi's menu has been created from the freshest local ingredients
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    A convivial spot to catch up on the day's activities
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    The Magashi campfire speaks volumes about its setting
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    Many of Magashi's staff have inspirational stories of personal development through their employment with Wilderness Safaris
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    Serene elegance is woven through the guest room decor
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    Guest room overlooking Lake Rwanyakazinga
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    The Magashi Concession is a haven for leopard
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    One of the three young dominant males at Magashi
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    Plains zebra seen from a game drive
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    So much to see at Magashi
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    Mating pair of leopard at Magashi
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    Credit: Chris Roche
    Topi are related to the common tsessebe
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    Mixed species seen from a game drive
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    The Nile crocodile is the largest freshwater predator in Africa
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    The silver monkey is a species of Old World monkey found primarily in East Africa
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    Defassa waterbuck are one of two groups of waterbuck comprising some 37 subspecies in total
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    Hippo are frequently seen from boating activities on Lake Rwanyakazinga
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    Plains zebra with Masai giraffe
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    Buffalo with cattle egret in breeding plumage
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    The Masai giraffe is native to East Africa, and is the largest of all giraffe subspecies
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    Elephant were reintroduced to Akagera in the 70s, and remain a popular attraction for visitors
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    Olive baboons' social structure relies on a complex system of vocal and non-vocal communication
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    Defassa waterbuck are found west of the Gregory Rift, ranging from Ethiopia west to Senegal and south to Zambia
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    Buffalo in Rwanda's Akagera National Park
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Privacy is assured at Magashi
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    Each of the six spacious guest tents overlooks Lake Rwanyakazinga
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    Magashi guest tent
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    Guest tent deck
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    Guest room overlooking Lake Rwanyakazinga
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    The spacious guest tent facilities
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    En suite guest bathroom
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    The boat station and guest pool
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    Magashi is situated in arguably the most scenic concession in Akagera National Park
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    Lake Rwanyakazinga is the second-largest in Akagera National Park
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    Lake Rwanyakazinga is situated in an area of extraordinary natural beauty
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    A sense of Magashi
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    The Magashi Peninsula

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