Lewa Safari Camp offers tented safari accommodation within the Lewa Wilderness Trust – a private conservancy that is home to a diverse array of wildlife. With only 13 tented suites set beneath a thatch canopies, Lewa offers an intimate safari escape in this exceptional location. This award-winning lodge is ideal for a romantic safari getaway. Go on day and night game drives in open 4x4 vehicles and look out for the unique wildlife that has adapted to this semi-desert environment. The temperate climate has another great drawcard: this is a malaria-free area, making it ideal for a range of safari lovers.
The conservancy has the highest number of Grevy's zebra in the world. Other excursions in the conservancy include camel and cultural safaris, Chalbi Desert and Lake Turkana flying safaris, and fly-fishing at Lake Alice. This camp is very family-friendly and you can also saddle up horses or visit the anti-poaching sniffer dogs by prior arrangement.
The Lewa Wilderness Trust, along with the camp, is committed to social responsibility as it invests all of its profits into its essential programmes. Visit and interact with one the students from the primary and secondary schools in the Lewa Education Programme.