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  • Overview
  • Accommodations
  • Amenities
  • Activities
  • Dining
  • Location

Set in the world-famous Lewa Wildlife Conservancy – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – Elewana Lewa Safari Camp offers guests the chance to glimpse the single largest population of Grevy’s zebra in the world, and a huge number of black and white rhino.

Recognizing the value of time well spent with family and friends, the Elewana Collection introduces discerning travelers to East Africa through impeccably designed lodges that invite true relaxation, as well as the thrill of a real adventure. Complementing their locations in prime game-viewing areas, on quiet white-sand beaches or even in a coffee plantation, are lavish comforts, including fresh cotton sheets, elegant rooms and gourmet meals. Family-friendly, individually styled and exuding warm and personalized hospitality, the lodges are a savvy blend of high-class safari and low-impact tourism. Guests are encouraged to become part of the local community and conservation projects, thereby returning home with a piece of East Africa instilled in their hearts forever.

Accommodations

Guests of the homey and inviting Elewana Lewa Safari Camp spend dreamy nights in one of 11 en suite tents or 2 family safari tented suites, each with a thatched roof, veranda and bathroom in the “Lewa” style. Gathering spots include a vibrant, bird-filled garden, sunny veranda, swimming pool, fireplace lounge and communal dining room.

Amenities

Lewa Safari Camp offers a welcoming ambience in which to relax and savor the magic of the savannah. Amenities include world-class cuisine, free WiFi in all public areas and rooms, a gift shop, massage and spa treatments, laundry service, 24-hour power and in-tent charging facilities, purified drinking water free of charge and more. The camp is in a low populated environment at an altitude of higher than 4,000 feet, so it is considered malaria-free.

Activities

Perhaps one of the most captivating characteristics of Lewa Safari Camp is its setting in a UNESCO World Heritage Site, bringing with it the opportunity to view both black and white rhino, the endangered Grevy’s zebra and a host of other species. Guests may set out for wildlife viewing on game drives, on horseback or camelback, or in 4×4 vehicles. Day trips may include visits to community villages and schools, or to Ngare Ndare Forest where one can swim in clear blue spring waters, and to a nearby archaeological site, rich in tools used by prehistoric man. Children are kept entertained with swimming, guided “bush” walks, visits to meet the local anti-poaching “sniffer” dogs, school visits and horse- and camel-riding for older children.

Dining

Each day delights, with lavish bush breakfasts, picnic lunches and sundowners – the perfect time to gather and share visions of what another day of adventure may bring. Meal times are flexible and there is individual dining. World-class cuisine is accompanied by a premium wine list. Individual dietary requests can be satisfied with advance notice; a children’s menu is available.

Location

Lewa Main Airstrip is a one-hour flight from Wilson Airport and a 40-minute drive from the camp. The camp coordinates are N0˚15’06” E37˚23’14”, and it sits in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.