Lewa Wilderness Camp
Lewa Wildlife Conservancy
About Lewa Wilderness Camp
Lewa Wilderness is one of Kenya’s oldest private safari experiences. For forty years, guests have been coming to this remarkable region to be part of an adventure like no other. Those four decades have seen that passion passed down through the Craig family who proudly continue to run Lewa Wilderness today.
Lewa Wilderness is one of the original family homes and is still home to Will and Emma Craig. Guests can relax by the fire in the cosy sitting room and share meals around a long banquet table in the open-air dining room. Natural springs, home-raised livestock, and a five-acre organic garden are transformed by skilled chefs into incredible, healthy and delicious food.
There are just nine exclusive rooms; five are Hill Rooms looking down the Lewa’s Western Marania Valley, while the other four are Garden Rooms on the lush lawn adjacent to the main living areas. All feature a sitting room area with a well-stocked bar and open log fireplace for our frequent cool nights, as well as spacious en-suite facilities.
The Garden Rooms at Lewa Wilderness are nearest the main areas and are built in pairs, with private en-suite facilities and a shared veranda and sitting room. The layout of these rooms is ideal for a family or those who do not want to walk too far as they are nearer the main facilities. The rooms are flanked and fronted by well-kept lawns which give families that extra outdoor space to use. There is a view down to the bush pool and onto the Lewa Wilderness valley beyond. The Garden Rooms were built to cater for families and remain very close to the heart of everything that happens here.
The Hill Rooms have been added most recently to take advantage of the stunning northerly views from Lewa. On a clear day, which is most days, the view stretches away giving a true perspective of just how remote this setting is. Each room is quite different in its layout and sleeping configuration and takes advantage of the uneven hillside to form unusual shapes which load them with character. Every room also features en-suite facilities and its own private sitting area, bar and veranda.
Activities include horse riding, walking with the Masai, game drives, scenic flights, camel rides, cultural visits to local communities, farm and craft tours, visits to the local school, prehistoric sites, tennis, and swimming in the horizon saltwater swimming pool overlooking the ravine. A private ranch, a private house and a private paradise; that is Lewa Wilderness.
Rates include full board accommodation, soft drinks, beer, house wine and laundry; shared game drives, day and night, local airstrip transfers and activities as shown. Extras: champagne, premium spirits, cellar wines. Exclusive use of vehicle, subject to availability US$ 300 per day. Balance payable in full 45 days prior to arrival date. ... Rates include full board accommodation, soft drinks, beer, house wine and laundry; shared game drives, day and night, local airstrip transfers and activities as shown. Extras: champagne, premium spirits, cellar wines. Exclusive use of vehicle, subject to availability US$ 300 per day. Balance payable in full 45 days prior to arrival date. Bookings are accepted on the condition that guests have their own comprehensive travel insurance cover. We reserve the right to review published rates in the event of currency exchange rate fluctuation, increases in costs or taxes, that are beyond our control. All bookings are accepted on the specific condition that Bush and Beyond Ltd. acts only as the reservations office for the properties, and assumes no liability whatsoever for any injury, damage, loss, accident or delay to person or property. see more
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