Accommodation in Lewa Conservancy

Situated in northern Kenya, the Lewa Conservancy covers over 60,000 acres of wilderness. That’s bigger than the Caribbean island of Montserrat! Game viewing is excellent in this region and home to the endangered Grevy’s zebra and black rhino (12% of Kenya’s black rhino live here). But there’s also a colourful array of endemic birds, big cats and iconic African animals to spot on game drives, accompanied by views of the snow-capped Mount Kenya to the north.

Elewana Lewa Safari Camp

There is no better game viewing destination than Elewana’s Lewa Safari Camp. It is set in a reserve that is home to the Big 5, the world’s largest concentration of Grevy’s Zebra and about 10% of Kenya’s rhino population. Stay in utter comfort and explore by vehicle, on foot, or horse…

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