What a beautiful place. Lewa Wildlife Conservancy spans over 65,000 acres and was originally the ‘Ngare Sergoi Rhino Sanctuary’ which thrived for over 10 years supported by the very enthusiastic Anna Merz. In 1995 it was established as a not-for-profit organisation which is home to over 10% or Kenya’s black rhino population, over 14% of Kenya’s white rhino population and remarkably, the world’s largest single population of Grevy’s zebra.
An astounding example of conservation and community support, this great Conservancy has a blatant atmosphere of dedication toward both the local people and the nature that they are so lucky to live within. The balance between wildlife conservation and sustainable tourism that benefits the local communities is a hard one to find, and very happily, Lewa seems to get it right.
All year round
Home to 10% of Kenya's black rhinoHome to 14% of Kenya's white rhinoHuge community support focus
4x4 Game Drives
Guided Bush walks
Horse Riding Safaris
Archaeological site excursionsEducational talks on the history of the Conservancy Camel Safaris