Lodging Type: Safari Camp
Dining: Full board
Safari: Game Drives, Game Walks, Night Drives, Local Village Visits, Bush Meals, 4WD Vehicles
Adventure activites: Horse Riding, Camel Riding
Facilities: Laundry, Swimming Pool
Eco & Green: ESOK Bronze, Eco-friendly, Community Development Projects
Lewa Safari Camp has a striking location in Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. Spectacular views of Mt Kenya lie to the south and of arid lowlands to the north. This private 65,000-acre wildlife conservancy is home to about 61 species of mammal and 440 species of birds, including about 10 percent of Kenya’s black rhino population, and the single largest population of Grevy’s zebra in the world.
There are 12 safari tents made up of 7 doubles and 5 twins, 3 of which can fit an extra bed for a child. Each tent is en-suite and has a thatched roof and a veranda. The family house has 1 double and 1 twin with a shared bathroom. The central sitting and dining area, set in lush gardens, has a large sunny veranda and swimming pool for daytime and cosy log fires for the evenings.
As well as game drives and walks, Lewa Safari Camp offers horse riding and visits to an archaeological site. Rangers give talks on the history and day-to-day operation of the conservancy. Lewa Wildlife Conservancy was the first non-profit conservation programme in East Africa. Lewa reinvests all the profits generated from tourism into its core programmes, which enhance the lives of both people and wildlife. Lewa Safari Camp holds a bronze award from Ecotourism Society of Kenya.
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