Points of Interest

 Amboseli National Reserve
Tortilis Camp
Kiwayu Safari Village
 Lewa Conservancy
Lewa Safari Camp
 Masai Mara National Reserve
Elephant Pepper Camp
Cottars 1920s Safari Camp
Saruni Mara
Mara Plains Camp
 Meru National Park
Elsa's Kopje
Giraffe Manor
House of Waine
 Ol Pejeta Reserve
Ol Pejeta Bush Camp
 Samburu National Reserve
Saruni Samburu
 Shaba National Reserve
Joy's Camp

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Lewa Safari Camp

Lewa Safari Camp

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Lewa Safari Camp - Lewa Safari Camp. Copyright Cheli & Peacock.

Lewa Safari Camp has a stunning location within the wildlife / rhino conservancy, with outstanding game viewing from camp and views of Mt. Kenya to the south and the arid lowlands to the north. Each tent has a thatched roof, verandah and full ensuite bathroom, very much in the 'Lewa' style. The central areas have cool gardens with a sunny verandah and swimming pool to enjoy during the day, and cosy log fires in the lounge and dining room during the chilly evenings.

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Lewa is situated against the dramatic backdrop of the snow-covered massif of Mt Kenya. With some of the highest wildlife densities in all of Africa, you are in game viewing paradise!

The camp is based within the private 62,000 acre wildlife conservancy of the Lewa Wilderness Trust. The conservancy is home to about 10% of Kenya's black rhino population, and the single largest population of Grevy's zebra in the world. Lewa reinvests all the profits generated from tourism into its core programs. 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.

  • Best Community Safari Property in Africa – The Good Safari Guide, 2011
  • Bronze Eco-rating Certification – Ecotourism Kenya, 2010/2011
  • Condé Nast Traveller Readers' Travel Awards Top 20 – 2010 & 2011
  • Top 10 Hideaways for a Royal Honeymoon – The Telegraph, 2010

  • Shared game drives in 4x4 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
  • Massages & Manicure / Pedicure

Mango African Safaris
Brian Huggins, Mango African Safaris
Brian Huggins
Mango African Safaris

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