Nine exclusive rooms make up the lodge, all with thatched roofs and a rustic feel the rooms overlook Lewa’s eastern Marania valley. All the rooms have a sort of ranch homestead feel with fireplaces and cosy sitting areas. The garden rooms are closer to the main areas of the lodge – for guests who would prefer, the garden rooms are the original rooms built when the lodge was started and are perfect for families.
The communal areas consist of a cosy yet spacious sitting room, the dining room which is open and provides view of the hillside whilst you dine, private dinners can also be arranged. The main house (where Will and Emma Craig live) which is open to guests who wish to use the billiard room, library, Wi-Fi or have afternoon tea with Will and Emma.
Lewa Wilderness has an infinity pool and is a great place to relax and refresh after a long day of activities, a gym and tennis court will also keep you occupied. Lewa Wilderness is set in beautifully lush green gardens that are there for guests to enjoy. The Lewa Wilderness vegetable garden also grows a lot of the food that is served in the lodge, adding to the delightful fresh taste.
The lodge has stables which is home to over 30 horses and ponies, guests of all experience levels can enjoy the experience can enjoy riding through the African bush. Activities include;
- Game drives
- Guided walks
- Walking wild (explained below)
- Exploring on horseback
- Flying the wilds, experience Kenya from the air
- Community visits
In 1972 Lewa transformed from a farm into a non- profit wildlife conservancy, that boast 62,000 acres and over 70 different animal species and 350 bird species.
Lewa has sent through some upcoming special offers.
For bookings in October 2017 – the children’s rate with be extended up to 18 years old throughout the month.
Also for the month of October guests who stay for 4 nights will receive a free night of fly camping in the bush- an incredible experience not to be missed.
A conservation safari will be taking place between 24th February and 8th of March, this safari will take place between Lewa and Borana with an option to extend an extra 4 days and head to Manda for the final days. For the 2nd year Lewa-Borana Wildlife Conservancy in northern Kenya will be hosting a conservation safari. Guests will also be able to take part in the annual Lewa- Borana game census and assist with community programs such as healthcare. Sacha Craig will be the host of the safari and has grown up in Kenya and has a close connection to the Lewa-Borana conservation efforts.
They are introducing a 5 -night walking safari combining exploring Lewa and the neighboring communities but also spending a total of 3 nights in the luxurious Lewa Wilderness.
Family fun- children can take part in a warrior training session, a fun experience with a real Masai warrior.
Contact us for more information on these specials and rates.0