Lewa Safari Camp 

Lewa Safari Camp - Pool

Lewa Safari Camp - Pool

Lewa Safari Camp has a stunning location within Lewa wildlife / rhino conservancy, with outstanding game viewing, and spectacular views to Mt. Kenya to the south and arid lowlands to the north. Each tent has a thatched roof, verandah and full en suite bathroom, very much in the ‘Lewa’ style. The central areas have exquisite gardens with a large sunny verandah and swimming pool to enjoy during the day, and cosy log fires in the lounge and dining room for the more chilly evenings.

Lewa Safari Camp

Lewa Safari Camp

The Conservancy, formerly a working cattle ranch and otherwise known as Lewa Downs, has been in the Craig family since 1924. Three generations of the family continue to be involved in daily operations on Lewa. With wildlife densities as high as anywhere in Africa, it is possible to see all of Africa’s Big Five on Lewa, and the Conservancy provides a refuge for several endangered species.

The camp is based within the private 65,000 acre wildlife conservancy of the Lewa Wilderness Trust. The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is a pioneer in wildlife preservation, which has gained a reputation for extending benefits of conservation beyond its borders.  The conservancy is home to about 10 percent of Kenya’s black rhino population, and the single largest population of Grevy’s zebra in the world. Lewa re-invests all the profits generated from tourism ( including profits from Lewa Safari Camp ) into its core programmes. Lewa Safari Camp is fully owned by the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, which means that all proceeds generated by the camp are directly reinvested into wildlife conservation and and local community development projects. When you visit Lewa, you will help thousands of people from different backgrounds and cultures to improve their lives, and give their children a future, at the same time as ensuring Africa’s wildlife has a stable home.

Accommodation - Lewa Safari Camp

Accommodation - Lewa Safari Camp

Accommodation   

The camp can sleep 26 guests, and comprises 12 tents; nine twin rooms, one double and two family/triple tents, all with en-suite bathrooms, hot and cold running water, and flush toilets.

Activities

Game drives in 4×4 Land Cruisers, guided bush walks, swimming pool, bush breakfasts, sundowners, horse-riding, archaeological site, educational talks on the history and the day to day operation of the Conservancy, gift shop



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