Lewa Wilderness Lodge
Lewa Wilderness Lodge is the original family home of the Craig's and is still home to Will and Emma Craig, who host guests with their team of Professional Guides.
Lewa Wilderness Lodge Highlights
Lewa Wilderness Lodge is originally a homestay in the old ranch farmstead, today the main house has reverted to private use, encircled by the various lodge buildings. Animals to be seen at Lewa Downs Conservancy include elephant, numerous reticulated giraffe, eland, lion, leopard, cheetah, Burchell’s and Grevy’s zebra, Jackson’s hartebeest, greater kudu, Grant’s gazelle, impala, gerenuk, bushbuck, dikdik and many others. Lewa is also one of the few places where one can see Grevy’s zebra and Burchell’s zebra, side-by-side. The conservancy is one of Kenya’s rhino sanctuaries and protects more than 20 black rhino and 20 white rhino. A prehistoric site at Lewa Downs where rough-hewn ancient Acheulian hand axes can be found scattered all over the ground, perhaps a half million years. Sipping on cocktails or coffee by the fire, guests can enjoy can view the millions of bright stars in the African sky and looking down towards the south, towards the Southern Cross.
- The lodge is located in the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.
- The lodge offers beautiful countryside and exceptional wildlife viewing.
- Lewa Wilderness Lodge has a major commitment to community development and participation.
- The endangered species at the lodge include rhino, both black and white, Grevy’s zebra, and Sitatunga
- Lewa Wilderness is only open from December to March and June to October.
Lewa Wilderness Lodge Game Viewing and Activities
Activities at Wilderness Trails include day and night game drives, bush walks with a professional tracker, horse rides, camel rides, hiking or jogging with a Maasai warrior and visiting a Maasai cultural boma. Wilderness Trails hosts and flies the only open cockpit biplane in East Africa which will take guests around the conservation areas of northern Kenya.
Sabuk Lodge offers a peaceful location in the spectacular wilderness of Northern Laikipia on the high banks of Ewaso Nyiro River overlooking the Laikipia Plateau and Samburu land. The lodge welcomes families, couples and small groups traveling together.
Sustainable Tourism Safari
Enjoy a 9-night luxury safari in Africa's prime safari destination, Kenya. Discover snow-capped mountains, savanna grasslands and enjoy game drives. All of the camps in this itinerary belong to the "Long Run" initiative which fosters community development.
Sosian Ranch is a beautifully restored colonial style African ranch built in the 1940s on the Laikipia Plateau in Northern Kenya. It has seven cottages in the tropical garden overlooking Mount Kenya and miles of unspoiled African bush