Situated on the northern foothills of Mt. Kenya, Lewa House is set on the 65,000 acre privately owned Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. Set on top of a hill with an engaging panoramic view of the rolling landscape of the Conservancy, Lewa House overlooks the luggas (valleys) and hills, with the horizon rising to the eye-catching views of the Mathews range and the sacred mountain of the Samburu, Ol Lolokwe.
All income generated by Lewa House is directly reinvested towards Lewa’s conservation and community projects. Clare Moller is in charge of the house, helped by a team of dedicated and well-trained guides, staff and rangers.
Three large cottages each with a double and twin bedroom, making it suitable for up to 12 people. All cottages have ensuite bathrooms and a private verandah where guests can sit in the cool of the evening to enjoy the starlit African skies.
Power is provided 24 hours by a solar inverter. Camera and phone batteries can be charged in the rooms and hair dryers can be used.
Shared game drives in open 4x4 vehicles with knowledgeable guides, both during the day and at night
Game walks with an experienced guide
Horse riding for both experienced riders and novices (hats and English saddles provided)
Visits to prehistoric sites
Cultural visits with local communities
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