A delightful luxury lodge with cottage-style accommodation.
The lodge is situated within the 60,000 acre Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, which uses a truly successful conservation model, recognised throughout Kenya. Resting on on the northern slopes of Mount Kenya, at roughly 1615 metres above sea level, this is not a malarial area.
Accommodation & Facilities
There are nine comfortable and spacious thatched cottages, all with en-suite bathrooms. Each cottage is individually and elegantly furnished with rustic, ranch-style furniture and woollen rugs that are made by local community workshops. There is a small fireplace in each room and electricity and hot water are available in the mornings and evenings.
Lewa Wilderness Lodge has a very cosy communal sitting room, where guests can enjoy pre-dinner drinks. Meals are shared around a long banqueting table in the open-air dining room.
Facilities include a salt-water swimming pool, riding stables and a clay tennis court.
Delicious food (much of which is supplied by the ranch and its organic vegetable garden), is served around the open-air banqueting table.
Day and night-time game drives operate in 4x4 vehicles, with guided bush walks, bush meals and sundowners also offered.
Lewa Wilderness Lodge arranges Masai tribal community visits, aerial safaris in a classic bi-plane, horse riding, camel rides, farm and craft tours, and visits to a pre-historic archaeological site.
Other activities available at the lodge include tennis and a massage service.
Children of all ages welcome and indeed encouraged at Lewa Wilderness Lodge, with a wide range of activities available for them this is another property ideal for families on safari.
A unique partnership with local communities that gives a commitment to hospitality and conservation that goes right back to our beginnings in the 1930's.” Lewa Wilderness Lodge.