Lewa Kifaru House
This modern colonial-style facility comprises a comfortable main building, swimming pool and six separate cottages. It is suitable for private groups of 6 to 12 guests.
Lewa Kifaru House Highlights
All food at Kifaru House is freshly prepared in the kitchen: vegetables and produce from the local farms, freshly squeezed juice from orchards and wines from around the world. Bush breakfasts, dinners and picnics are organised for guests on request and meals are prepared from farm fresh products. Guests at Lewa Kifaru House are privileged to have access to a scenic area, densely populated with exciting wildlife, such as the Big Five and other animals. All income generated by Lewa Kifaru House is directly reinvested into wildlife conservation and local community development programs.
- Lewa Kifaru House is located within the popular Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Area, Kenya.
- Kifaru means "Rhino" in Swahili.
- Lewa Kifaru House invests in wildlife conservation.
- All meals at the house is freshly prepared where produce derives from local farms.
Lewa Kifaru House Game Viewing and Activities
Activities at Kifaru include day and night game drives, bush walks, sundowners, educational talks on the history and day-to-day operation of the Conservancy, visits to pre historic archaeological sites, view wildlife from the game blinds and visit the orphan rhino sanctuary.
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