Lewa Wildlife Conservancy


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Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is a private reserve in north-eastern Kenya, on the eastern edge of the Laikipia Plateau. One of Kenya's best known private conservancies, it is home to a number of endangered species including rhino. It accommodates only a very small number of visitors at a time.

Kenya Maasai Mara Safari in Green Season

Saw 172 cats, 20 cheetah, 3 leopard, 2 serval and 147 lion. Took 1300 photos-they will take some sorting out!


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Mount Kenya 360 Degrees Mountain Bike Safari

Circumnavigate the base of Mount Kenya on this new low-impact cycling itinerary. On this 7-day programme (6 days riding), you’ll follow a newly-established cycle route which avoids the busy highways and populous town centres in favour of the Kenyan countryside and tribal regions. The terrain varies from rainforest to dry savannah and on to the lush farmlands on the eastern slopes of the mountain, where you’ll pass through small rural communities.


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Prices from£1948 pp

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Lewa Safari Camp

Lewa Safari Camp is situated in the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Laikipia, one of Kenya's leading private reserves and a sanctuary for as many as 100 black and white rhino. Lewa offers various activities including game drives, horseback safaris, and rhino safaris.

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We returned home from Botswana on Wednesday morning - sadly. It was all perfect and we had a wonderful time.