Elewana Lewa Safari Camp
Elewana Lewa Safari Camp is a unique and exclusive retreat, which offers privileged access to 65,000 acres of private protected wilderness. Featuring large tented bedrooms each with its own veranda and full en-suite bathrooms. Enjoy a host of activities from walking safaris, horse or camel rides, visit to the new joint operations centre and cultural experiences or simply relax by the swimming pool and enjoy the tranquillity. A unique retreat in a prolific conservancy and a UNESCO World Heritage Site
• 11 en suite safari tents ~ 8 double/twins and 3 triples (average 27m2)
• 2 family safari tented suites ~ each suite consists of two en suite safari tents with a shared veranda (64m2 & 66m2)
Room Features & Amenities
• 24hr power
• In-tent charging facilities
Wine & Dine
Dining room offering; À la carte menu preparation focusing on freshness and safe food handling. Menus are viewed on open physical display, laminated and hygienically cleaned at the bar and restaurant as well as being available digitally via QR code on your smartphone. Set menu Picnic breakfasts and lunches available for game drives. Bush breakfasts with live station and sundowners. Select premium wine list.
Comfort & Convenience
• Lewa Wildlife Conservancy ~ A world renowned wildlife conservancy, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a cutting edge rhino and community-based conservancy.
• Safari Activities ~ Variety of unique and exciting safari activities alongside excellent game drives. These include horse and camel riding, village visits, day trips to Ngare Ndare forest, visits to the conservancy HQ and interacting with the anti-poaching sniffer dogs.
• Wildlife, specifically black rhinos ~ Lewa is home to over 105 endangered black rhinos and over 99 white rhinos, and the world’s largest population of the endangered Grevy’s zebra.
• There is an archaeological site on Lewa, which is rich in tools used by prehistoric man. It is thought the site was an “artisan’s shop”, where the tools were made, as there are so many that a site for domestic use is unlikely. The Museums of Kenya (where the pre-history department was made famous by the Leakey family), have shared their findings of the site with the guides on Lewa.
Activities & Entertainment
• Shared game drives in 4×4 vehicles, Evening game drives (pre-dinner), Guided bush walks (age restrictions apply to children under 16yrs). Bush meals and sundowners, Camp animal hide – to sit and watch animals coming close to camp, Swimming pool, Massages, manicures and pedicures, Child-friendly activities
OPTIONAL EXTRA ACTIVITIES*
*Activities subject to third party fees and availability.
• Horse-riding (experienced riders)
• Visits to Conservancy HQ to learn about the running of the conservancy
• See the Anti-Poaching Tracker Dogs in action
• Visits to community villages and schools
• Day trips to Ngare Ndare forest, where you can swim in the clear blue waters of the springs, walk the canopy bridge through the forest and enjoy a picnic lunch
Certification and Awards