Lewa Wilderness

Lewa Wildlife Conservancy – Kenya

A Timeless Safari

A sense of ‘home’ awaits from the moment you arrive. The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is a pioneer in protecting both wildlife and community whilst showing guests an unforgettable safari experience.

Situated on 65,000 acres of pristine wilderness, the conservancy is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also renowned for having one of the strongest populations of white and black rhinoceros in Kenya.

6 thatched cottages are built into the hillside and a further 3 are set in the garden. All boast a sizeable open plan living area complete with fireplace. They offer a cosy and rustic private stay for both couples and families. Exploring Lewa by foot, horseback or 4×4 vehicle is only surpassed by viewing it from above in their yellow WACO bi-plane! A bush gym with incredible views and a yoga deck and tennis court will keep you fit! Walking Wild fly-camping gives guests a more intimate wildlife experience. Sleep in remote locations and have your luggage carried by camels!


Lodge Facilities

Open-air dining room

Organic farm

Lounge & library

Log fire

Saltwater infinity pool

Bush gym, yoga deck & tennis court

Game drives & bush walks with Masai

Horse, pony or camel riding

Farm visits, cultural visits & waterfall picnics

Bi-plane flights

WiFi on the verandah

Suite Features

6 thatched cottages & 3 garden cottages

En-suite bathroom

Cosy sitting area & fireplace

Private outdoor verandah

in room dining

Stunning views over the valley




Mosquito nets 

Complimentary laundry service


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