Leleshwa Camp is an intimate camp situated in the Siana Conservancy, just opposite the world famous Masai Mara which is regarded as a wildlife jewel of Kenya. The camp leaves guests breathless as the camp sits along a stream valley which overlooks the beautiful hills and plains of the conservancy.
Leleshwa Camp Highlights
Leleshwa Camp is environmentally responsible by contributing to the upliftment of the Masai Community. The camp aims to improve health, infrastructure, education and the environment. In aid of improving the environment and lives of the locals, the Leleshwa Camp Community Fund was initiated. The fund is actively involved with Mpopongi Primary School and provides stationary, teaching facilities, term prizes for the best performing boy and girl, conservation days and more.
- Leleshwa Camp is located in the Siana Conservancy.
- Guests visiting the camp can give back to the Masai community by partaking in the Leleshwa Camp Community Fund.
- The annual Wildebeest Migration takes place in July where zebras and wildebeest migrate between Tanzania and Kenya for better grazing pastures.
- The camp is ideal for bird enthusiasts, large families and honeymooners.
Leleshwa Camp Game Viewing and Activities
Leave the camp at dawn on a game drive in search of Kenya’s big cats. In July the Wildebeest Migration takes place as wildebeest and zebras cross the grey river for better grazing pastures. Wake up to the sun glowing, and rise above the plains of the camp in a hot air balloon to enjoy a bird’s eye view of the wildlife below. Visit an authentic Masai manyatta for a cultural experience where locals give guests insight to their ancient traditions. Explore plains of the conservancy by going on short walks, featuring breathtaking waterfalls and a variety of birdlife.