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Lewa Safari Camp Sign Starting July 1, 2009, the Lewa Safari Camp, will be under new management. We are happy to announce a new partnership with one of Kenya’s most reputable tourism operators, Cheli & Peacock. As part of The Cheli & Peacock Portfolio, Cheli & Peacock will be running and managing the camp, as... more


Lewa is pleased to announce two rhino births in the span of two weeks one black rhino and one white rhino!Rangers in the field sighted the black rhino - Stumpy - and her calf on the 17th of April. Stumpy is one of Lewa's founder black rhinos. She came to us in 1984, from Solio Ranch and helped form the first group of... more


The Lewa Education Programme recently received an immense boost from the students of Upper Canada College (UCC) in fulfilling its mandate to provide the best possible education for the children on our boundaries. Having raised the funds to support their project, two teams of students from UCC visited Lewa in late March and... more


We are proud to announce a contest run by Better The World - a Lewa Wildlife Conservancy partner. "Books to Better The World" is a contest in May that gives the top 20 charity supporters a chance to win a MacBook or an iPod. Through you can raise money for us while surfing the web using... more


The Kenya Minister of Tourism announced that Kenya will reduce the cost of tourist visas by 50% beginning April 1, 2009 and continuing through all of 2010. Additionally, in recognition of the family travel segment, Kenya will waive visa fees completely for children under the age of 16 years. This bold move is to make... more


We are delighted to announce that Kifaru has been nominated for a 2009 Good Safari Guide Award under the BEST SAFARI HOUSE category. Nominations are accepted only from experienced African travel specialists (operators, agents, travel journalists). A travel specialist who thinks highly of Kifaru has nominated us online.... more