Lewa Wildlife Conservancy
The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an example of a successful protected area of community conservation. Located in northern Kenya, the 62,000 acre (250 km2) area can be enjoyed on guided game drives to see a range of wildlife, including lions, zebra, leopards, elephants, cheetah, buffalo, and both white and black rhino. The conservancy’s birdlife is also fantastic for keen bird watchers and you can spot about 350 different species within the conservancy
As well as the game drives, you can also enjoy fascinating wildlife walks in the sanctuary led by our highly trained wildlife guides to spot some fantastic animals and plants. It’s the walking safaris that the conservancy prides itself on.
While out in the conservancy, you can enjoy the wildlife blinds that were set up to improve your wildlife watching and photography opportunities to see elephants, waterbuck, and other animals drinking from the marsh.
After your adventures in the sanctuary, you can relax with some massages and beauty treatments at the lodge. As a way to relax while enjoying the incredible wildlife and surroundings, you can also choose to have bush meals in the wild to enjoy some freshly cooked local dishes while watching traditional Maasai dancers. The conservancy also includes the Ngare Ndare Forest where you can see elusive colobus monkeys and the fascinating flora of the forest.