Situated in the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Lewa Wilderness is a perfect base with a vast range of activities to choose from in the area, for the whole family to enjoy. The tranquil grounds are teeming with birdlife and the verandah enables you to absorb the stunning views and the sound of the river rippling in the valley below where wildlife drink. The area is rife with game and provides great chances of spotting the 'Big 5', including the endangered black and white rhinos.
There are nine unique rooms with a rustic charm, six are en suite thatched cottages nestled into the hillside with a view of Lewa's Eastern Marania Valley; containing a comforting sitting area with a fireplace and an outdoor verandah to enjoy sunrises in the morning.
The other three accommodations are thatched garden cottages which are close to the main house and living area, surrounded by luscious green lawns. Perfect for families and they have two en suite bathrooms, a sitting area with a bar and a warming fireplace.
Soak in the spectacular views whilst relaxing in the infinity pool.
Enjoy a drink in the cosy sitting room and unwind after a busy day.
Stargazing on the verandah.
Share stories of the day around the log fire.
Enjoy delicious meals in the dining room with a wonderful view of the hillside, or arrange a private dinner in either your cottage, on the pool deck or out in the bush. All the meals include fresh organic produce from the resident farm.
Visit the library in the main house.
Have a game in the billiards room.
To keep active, there is a gym, tennis court and a table tennis table.
Walk around the resident farm and try a succulent strawberry, or observe the cows and goats being milked.
THINGS TO DO NEARBY:
Located only a two minutes' walk away from the lodge are stables with more than 30 horses and ponies - for you to experience riding in the bush alongside the wildlife.
Game drives in the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.
Guided walks with trained Maasai guides.
Camel Safari based out of Lewa Wilderness.
Flying safari in an open cockpit biplane with a pilot.
For kids, there are pony rides, camel rides, Maasai games, cave paintings to explore and crab fishing.
Visit the Ngare Ndare Forest and waterfalls.
Learn about the local traditional culture at II Ngwesi Maasai Village.
Visit Pepo la Tumaini in Isiolo, a nearby town where you can go to the school and meet the children.
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