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Looking for an Unforgettable Travel Destination this Summer? Visit Lewa!

April 14, 2013

Set amidst 62,000 acres of sprawling savannah, the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy boasts some of the most spectacular views in northern Kenya. With gentle rolling hills and natural, unspoilt beauty, Lewa offers guests the trip of a lifetime with its unforgettable combination of great scenery, superb game viewing and excellent hospitality.

With one of the highest wildlife densities in Kenya including 11% and 14% of the country’s black and white rhinos respectively and the world’s single largest population of Grevy’s zebras, the Conservancy is also the best place to spot herds of elephants and buffalo, giraffes, lions, cheetahs, more than 400 species of birds and if lucky, a pack of wild dogs!

Lewa is extremely proud of its continued practice of responsible tourism where funds raised are reinvested back into our core programmes. Therefore by visiting Lewa you will not only be signing up for a great African adventure, you will also directly contribute towards wildlife conservation and community development.

Where To Stay
Lewa hosts five fantastic lodges that offer an array of exciting activities: day game drives, guided bush walks, bush breakfasts and picnic lunches, sundowners, horse-riding, bird watching and other extra activities including visits to a Maasai cultural village and camel safaris. Each lodge is unique and visitors travelling to Lewa are spoilt for choice!  

Wilderness Trails

Wilderness Trails radiates ageless charm and elegance and has an intimate family atmosphere.The lodge has entertained guests in luxury for the past 30 years, and continues to do so in the most exciting fashion.  From horse-riding to scenic aerial views of Lewa using the bi-plane, your family will not be short of activities at Wilderness Trails!
To book Wilderness Trails, email: or visit 


Sirikoi offers a touch of class in the wild.

The lodge boasts of four luxury tents, a cottage with two bedrooms and the unmatched, exclusive Sirikoi house. Surrounded by an acacia grove and overlooking a natural waterhole fed from a mountain spring, Sirikoi offers superb game viewing.To book Sirikoi, email: or visit 

Lewa House
Lewa house is set on top of a hill, with stunning views of Mount Kenya to the south, the rugged Mathews range to the sacred mountain of Ol Olokwe to the north.

Lewa house has three thatched family cottages and four recently added single room cottages of stunning architectural design. The furniture is a combination of rustic and African pieces and has a traditional relaxed ambiance mixed with modern comfort.To book Lewa house, email: or contact

Lewa Safari Camp
Each luxurious tent on Lewa Safari Camp has a thatched roof, veranda and all en suite bathrooms, with extensive views of Mount Kenya and the northern lowlands.
Lewa Safari camp offers tented luxury with guest areas that include an intimate dining area, a cosy sitting room which overlooks a floodlit waterhole, and a swimming pool. Guests can also enjoy a fine glass of wine while they sit around a blazing campfire. 

To book Lewa Safari Camp, email:

Kifaru House is a modern colonial style facility with a main building, a swimming pool and six separate cottages. At Kifaru, Swahili for ‘rhino’, no expense has been spared to offer the best to its visitors.

There is a large common area with comfortable sofas and a magnificent dining table for huge fires are lit in the hearth casting a ruby glow.  A sky blue infinity pool adds to the breathtaking beauty of the place.

To book Kifaru House, email: or visit