‘Safari in style…with substance and sensitivity
Elewana Lewa Safari Camp is part of the wider Lewa Wildlife Conservancy spanning 62,000 acres, and serves as a catalyst for conservation across northern Kenya. Made famous by its television appearances – Lewa features an impressive array of animals, holding about 10% of Kenya’s black rhino population and about 15% of Kenya’s white rhino population. Lewa also holds the largest single population of critically endangered Grevy’s zebra. Each guest tent has a thatched roof, veranda and full en-suite bathroom, very much in the ‘Lewa’ style. The central areas have exquisite gardens with a sunny veranda and swimming pool to enjoy during the day, and cosy log fires in the lounge and dining room in the chilly evenings.
In Our Opinion
‘This World renowned wildlife conservancy was made famous in the National Geographic programme “Game Ranger’s Diaries” and more recently was said to be the venue where Prince William and Kate Middleton were engaged to be married’
The camp comprises 12 ensuite safari tents with a choice of double or twin beds; each guest tent has a thatched roof, veranda and full ensuite bathroom.
• Located in the private 65, 000 acre Lewa Wildlife Conservancy with outstanding game viewing opportunities from camp and via daily excursions in 4 x 4 Land Cruisers
• Lewa Main Airstrip is located 40 minutes away
• Lewa – Elsa’s Kopje– 2 hours
• Lewa – Joy’s Camp– 1.5 hours
• Lewa – Saruni Samburu $ 110 – 1 hour
• Lewa – Ol Pejeta Bush Camp– 1.5 hours
• Lewa – Kitich– 4 hours
• Lewa – Nanyuki– 1.5 hours