Lewa Wilderness is the home of one of Kenya’s major private conservation success stories; the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. 62,000 acres of varied African terrain, overlooked by the magnificent Mount Kenya, is home to the Big Five, as well as cheetah, wild dog, many black rhino and the largest resident population of endangered Grevy’s zebra in the world.
Lewa Wilderness has been the Craig family home since 1972 and they proudly continue to entertain guests giving a truly unique and personal safari experience.
Lewa Wilderness is the hub of all activities on Lewa, owning East Africa’s only open cockpit biplane and a stable yard of horses suited to all levels of experience. Guests can also camel ride among the wildlife, game drive, take guided bush walks, visit the local community enhancement projects, and much more.
— Scenic flights in the famous Waco bi-plane
— Camel riding and horse riding
— The legacy of the Craig family home.
$795 – $900 pppn.
WHEN TO GO
Lewa Wilderness is closed April, May and November.
10 en suite bedrooms, four of which make up two family cottages.
No age limit, children under the age of five stay free.
Three daily scheduled flights directly to Lewa airstrip
Private charter to Lewa Wilderness airstrip, or a four hour drive from Nairobi.