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Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

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00101, Kenya
+254 20 607893
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wonderful place the guide we had was very good at showing us where the wildlife was and the food... read more

Reviewed 27 June 2017
South Burlington, Vermont
Absolutely amazing

We traveled with the guides from origin safari. They knew exactly where to take us to see the... read more

Reviewed 28 April 2017
Susan B
Atlanta, Georgia
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Set amidst 62,000 acres of sprawling savannah, the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy boasts some of the most spectacular views in northern Kenya. With one of the highest wildlife densities in Kenya including 10% and 14% of the country’s black and white rhinos respectively, the Conservancy is also home to the world's single largest population of Grevy's zebras. It is also the best place to spot herds of elephants and buffalo, giraffes, lions, cheetahs, more than 400 species of birds and if lucky, a pack of wild dogs!
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00101, Kenya
+254 20 607893
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Reviewed 27 June 2017

wonderful place the guide we had was very good at showing us where the wildlife was and the food and tents were great

Thank Nick159
Reviewed 28 April 2017 via mobile

We traveled with the guides from origin safari. They knew exactly where to take us to see the wildlife and birds. The Lewa is absolutely beautiful. I am pleased that they have designated this much land for the amazing wildlife of Africa.

Thank Susan B
Reviewed 24 January 2017

If you get the time to spend some time at Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, you will realize that they are pioneers in this industry. The work they are doing here is by far one of the best examples of Eco-Tourism ever. The money that you spend...More

2  Thank Alex N
Reviewed 25 December 2016

After visiting three countries in Africa and staying three days at Lewa, in my heart I know that Lewa is my favorite place on earth! I live near Denver, Colorado (which, by the way, is my second favorite place on earth) and my lifelong dream...More

2  Thank SEO98
Reviewed 8 December 2016

We spent 3 packed days in Lewa and seemed to see/do everything - all except the leopard which we heard - especially at night very close at hand - but did not manage to see. But we saw lions, cheetahs, rhino, elephants, buffalo, giraffes, zebras...More

Thank Horse-Riding-Chile
Reviewed 22 September 2016

This conservancy is committed not only to the well being of the wildlife here but to the community as well. I met 2nd generation employees from local villages. They have built schools, provide Healthcare and work to conserve. The lodges and camps within are top...More

Thank karenmI8457CV
Reviewed 27 July 2016

We visited Lewa for three nights during the month of July and stayed in Lewa Wilderness Lodge, a beautiful lodge, with comfortable rooms, and great scenery. The staff is amazing we had the privilege of spending our game drives with Mush who is the administrator...More

2  Thank Mariana G
Reviewed 25 July 2016

Lewa is the most enchanting and exhilarating place I have ever seen! Not only is the conservancy itself wonderful, but even more so the people there are the hardest workers, who care so very dearly about what they do. They strive to educated the neighboring...More

1  Thank Chloeski
Reviewed 28 June 2016

We completed the Lewa Half Marathon which goes through the actual conservancy. It was one of the most exhilarating experiences ever! Gazelles running across the dirt track in front of you and rhinos running alongside 50m away! The vastness of the landscape is breathtaking especially...More

1  Thank astonangel3
Reviewed 19 February 2016

Wonderful camp in the ever present shadow of Mt. Kenya. The camp is high (5500') and the temperature pleasant. The terrain is hilly with vast open plains. Many animals especially rhinos of course. They have a reservoir watering hole that attracts uncountable numbers of animals....More

Thank mikemaffett
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