Sprawling over the Laikipia plains, Lewa Safari Camp is a groundbreaking model of wildlife conservancy based within the 65,000-acre reserve of the Lewa Wilderness Trust.
Thirteen luxury safari tents in soothing neutral tones provide a comfortable place to unwind after an exciting day of game drives. Eleven of the tents can be laid out as doubles or twins. The camp also has two family tents consisting of two en-suite safari tents with a shared verandah, each with one double and one twin room. Each private tent features a thatched roof, veranda, and full en-suite bathroom; an extra bed can be added to accommodate the needs of a family.
The camp is based within the 65,000-acre reserve of the Lewa Wilderness Trust, a popular destination for celebrities, royals, conservationists, writers and photographers. Lewa has been the driving force in in Kenya’s strong initiatives to protect and conserve wildlife, particularly, the black and white rhino populations. Lewa Wildlife Conservancy gained worldwide recognition through the National Geographic program “Game Ranger Diaries.” In addition to holding 10% of Kenya’s black rhino population and 15% of its white rhino population, Lewa features the rest of Africa’s “big five” as well as the endangered Grevy’s zebra, cheetah, giraffe, and many smaller species.