The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy covers 65,000 acres and has dramatic views to the south of snow capped Mt. Kenya. Its diverse habitats – from pristine forest, fertile grasslands, extensive springs and acacia woodland – attracts a great diversity of birdlife and hosts over 200 black and white rhino.
Famous for its successful rhino and Grevy zebra breeding, two endangered species, the conservancy is now home to 10% of Kenya’s rhino, and 20% of the worlds population of Grevy zebra.
The camp’s 11 large tented bedrooms – including 2 family suites – with verandahs and full en-suite bathrooms offer authentic comfort; cozy log fires in the sitting room are perfect for relaxing after a day in the conservancy.
Activities at Lewa include horse or camel riding, and guided walking. Cultural visits to the neighbouring local Samburu homesteads are also possible to include during your stay here.
We offer a range of unique experiences to make your African holiday truly unforgettable, carefully tailored to match your wants and needs.