This morning you will be transferred to Wilson airport or your flight to the Lewa Conservancy. On arrival at the airstrip you are met by your guide and transferred to Lewa Safari Camp for the next four nights. Sprawling over the Laikipia plains, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is a prolific wildlife conservancy that is popular with celebrities, conservationists, writers and photographers.
Featuring large tented bedrooms with verandahs and full en-suite bathrooms, Lewa Safari camp offers authentic comfort for its visitors; cozy log fires in the sitting room are perfect for relaxing after a day in the conservancy. This unique and exclusive retreat offers privileged access to 65,000 acres of private protected wilderness.
Lewa Safari Camp offers open vehicle game drives conducted in the morning and afternoon. With the whole of the eastern half of the conservancy to itself, and with strict limits on tourism numbers, guests can enjoy an almost private game-viewing experience.
Lewa Safari Camp also offers walking safaris with guides who are knowledgeable about the tracks, botany; and most walks leave from camp. Take the time to leave the car behind and enjoy the small things – tracks, dung beetles, micro-ecosystems.
Lewa Safari Camp offers evening horse rides, you can get very close to plains game as they see you as one of their own! Horse riding is subject to availability and there is an additional charge.
Lewa Safari Camp also offers evening camel rides, led by Samburu handlers and it is picturesque experience. Camel riding is subject to availability and there is an additional charge.
Lewa Wildlife Conservancy borders the Samburu community conservancies of Tassia and Il Ngwesi in the arid lowlands of the north, and many of the staff at Lewa Safari Camp come from this area. Lewa Safari Camp offers visits to neighbouring local Samburu homesteads.