Private Lodge Highlights
- Enjoy being surrounded by rich game viewing opportunities on a game drive
- View the environment from a different perspective while on a guided walk
- Share stories with other guests around the fire under the stars
- Enjoy relaxing in the comfortable and tastefully decorated cottages
- Feast on delicious cuisine while enjoying fabulous views of the hillside
Situated near the base of Mt. Kenya – Africa’s second tallest mountain – Lewa Wilderness is one of Kenya’s oldest and most private safari ventures. The Lewa Wilderness Lodge has nine exclusive rooms: six thatched cottages tucked into the hillside overlooking Lewa’s Eastern Marania Valley, and three thatched garden cottages set in the beautiful green lawns. Each cottage is tastefully decorated with antique and handmade furniture, giving each rustic charm and the character of a ranch homestead. Guests can relax and enjoy a drink in the cozy sitting room after a long day. Stargaze out on the deck or converse with other guests around the log fire. The dining room enjoys a fabulous view of the hillside opposite providing game viewing opportunities whilst tucking into delicious breakfast and lunch buffets. At night, guests gather around the long dining table to have a seated and served dinner listening to the sounds of the African night.
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.