Private Lodge Highlights
- Sip on a wild mint Margarita before a delicious dinner under the stars
- Experience the sights, smells and sounds of the African bush while on foot
- Go on a game drive and keep an eye out for the Big Five, and other wildlife
- Take a ride in a yellow bi-plane, or hop into a helicopter for fishing up the mountain
- Experience life as a zebra out on the plains while on horseback
Located in the very heart of the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, this small owner run lodge offers unique access to all corners of this world-renowned conservation area. Perched on the crest of a hill, Lewa House looks out over a diverse range of ecosystems that make up this protected area and offers excellent access to all aspects of this rich wildlife arena. The dramatic, thatched main house is the focal common area, with the accommodation being separate cottages around the grounds, each with unique views of Kenya’s Northern Frontier. Staying connected is easy with complimentary Wi-Fi. The spacious dining room forms the heart of Lewa House. It’s where stories are shared around the dining table. The food style is European with inspiration from Kenyan, Indian and Asian cuisine, incorporating fresh, local and seasonal ingredients. Through a range of authentic activities guests are able to unlock and understand what is being achieved here.
This Yampu recommended trip add-on may only be booked in conjunction with any of our personalized trips. Your Yampu Tour Consultant will design an itinerary for you according to your available dates, interests and type of hotels. This is your trip and we will work on making it perfect!
Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Isiolo, Kenya
Places You'll See
Lewa Wildlife Conservancy
The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is an award-winning catalyst and model for community conservation, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and features on the International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s Green List of successful protected areas. Lewa is the heart of wildlife conservation, sustainable development and responsible tourism in northern Kenya and our successful working model has provided the framework on which many conservation organisations in the region are based.