Lewa Wilderness

Eco Friendly Rating

Location

Lewa Conservancy, Kenya

Accommodation

Lodge

Comfort Level

Luxury

Situated near the base of Mt. Kenya, which is Africa’s second tallest mountain, Lewa Wilderness is one of Kenya’s oldest and most private safari ventures.

The Craig family has passed down the lodge from one generation to the next. In addition, they passed down a distinct passion for wildlife, conservation and tourism. They proudly continue to run Lewa Wilderness Lodge and Walking Wild Camel Safaris. So this place is as much a home as it is a truly unique and personal safari experience.

By staying at Lewa Wilderness, guests are automatically supporting the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and all of the conservation and community development efforts. The lodge has nine exclusive rooms. Rooms are located in 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 some of the Craig’s own antique and handmade furniture. Therefore giving each room a rustic charm and the character of a ranch homestead.

Safari Game Drives

Bird Watching

Walking Safaris

Horse Riding

Bush Sundowners

Amenities

  • Bar and Lounge
  • Complementary WIFI
  • Outdoor Swimming Pool
  • Babysitting Services
  • Laundry Services

Room Types

9 Exclusive Cottages

  • Hillside Luxury Cottages
  • Garden Luxury Cottages

There are six individual Hillside Cottages, each with a unique layout. These cottages were built to capture the stunning views out over the valley and the sound of the river below where elephants, giraffe, rhino, zebra and more all come to drink. Each cottage has en-suite facilities, a cozy sitting area and fireplace, and a private outdoor veranda where one can enjoy a morning coffee whilst watching the sunrise. The Garden Rooms are the original rooms built by David and Delia Craig when they started the lodge. They are the cottages closest to the main house and living areas, and each consists of two en-suite bedrooms joined by a comfortable sitting area with a bar and cosy fireplace. The garden rooms are perfect for families and also those who do not wish to be too far from the main areas.

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