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4 Days Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Fly-in Safari

4 Days Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Fly-in Safari


4 Days Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Fly-in Safari Tour Package

4 Days Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Fly-in Safari Tour package offers guests the trip of a lifetime. This 4 Days Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Fly-in Safari Tour package is unforgettable combination of scenery, superb game viewing, excellent hospitality and conservation education. Your 4 Days Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Fly-in Safari Tour package takes place in the Laikipia region of the Central Highlands. The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is set at the foot of Mt Kenya and easily accessed by air and road.

This Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Safari Tour packages trip is recommended for solo travelers, couples, honeymooners, and families. Starting in Nairobi, it moves on to two superb safari areas, explored from high-quality properties that offer a great range of things to do! The sanctuary is home to a diverse array of wildlife, supporting many game species in the plains perfectly adapted to a semi-desert environment. This 4 Days Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Fly-in Safari Tour package takes us to a prolific wildlife conservancy and home to the largest concentration of Grevy’s zebra in Africa. Sirikoi offers fabulous comfort, unmatched wildlife viewing and world-class gourmet food in an atmosphere where you feel at one with nature and wildlife.

4 Days Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Fly-in Safari Tour package

There are plenty of elephants that roam through the migration corridors and frequent sightings of big cats, lion, leopard and cheetah as well as a variety of rare species ranging from Grevy’s zebra to sitatunga and oryx. There are a wide range of activities from which to explore Lewa and the surrounding area, including camel treks, horse riding, walking, game drives; night drives helicopter and micro light safaris and quad bike or biggie trips.

Visitors to Lewa are privy to some of the most spectacular wildlife viewing that Kenya has to offer: lion, leopard and jackal thrive on the rich diversity of prey that inhabits the area. The Wildlife Conservancy is home to the largest concentration of Grevy’s zebra in the world, and its range of habitats attracts diverse birdlife and hosts over 200 Black and White rhino.

Featuring large tented bedrooms with verandahs and full en-suite bathrooms, Lewa Safari camp offers authentic comfort for its visitors; cozy log fires in the sitting room are perfect for relaxing after a day in the Conservancy. This unique and exclusive retreat offers privileged access to 65,000 acres of private protected wilderness. The area is malaria-free and has a beautiful spring-like climate almost year-round.

4 Days Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Fly-in Safari Tour package

Underpinning the glamorous magnetism of Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is a serious mission: a pioneering and pragmatic approach to conservation, founded in the 1970’s, that has developed into a thriving and globally recognized rhino conservation habitat. Lewa Safari Camp is the only tourist facility within the Conservancy that is owned by the Conservancy. Profits and conservancy fees generated by the camp are reinvested directly into the conservation and community efforts of Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.

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    • Activity Level Fairly Easy
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    All about the 4 Days Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Fly-in Safari.

    Lewa Experience

    The big 5, including elephants, lions, cape buffaloes, rhinos, and leopards, are found here. Lewa holds the largest population of Grevy’s zebras in the world and eastern black rhinoceros. Frequently encountered at night are leopards, bush babies, foxes, aardvarks, and caracal.

    The sanctuary is home to a diverse array of wildlife supporting many game species in the plains perfectly adapted to a semi-desert environment. The reticulated giraffe, the rare Greater kudu, the horned Beisa oryx, Guenther’s dikdik, and the beautiful blue legged ostrich are found here all year round. Birdlife is plenty with several species of plover, bustard, and birds of prey.

    Viewing to the south of Lewa is a rising altitude to the snow-capped peaks of Mount Kenya. To the north is breathtaking views as the terrain drops away to Ololokwe, Samburu, and Mathew’s range beyond. On numerous occasions, Prince William has visited the area as his natural choice being a keen conservationist.

    Tourism and Anti-Poaching

    Lewa was a mare cattle ranch, then a guarded black rhino sanctuary, and now the world-famous non-profit wildlife conservancy headquarters. The conservancy houses 9 tourism properties offering intimate, unparalleled conservation-focused safari experience. World-class anti-poaching techniques have been combined for conservation, such as edge monitoring technology.

    The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
    What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
    •     All transfers
    •     All accommodations during the tour
    •     All meals and drinking water during the tour
    •     Flying Doctors medical, emergency, and rescue cover
    •     Return flight from Nairobi to Lewa and back
    •     All game drives as noted in the itinerary
    •     Transport in a private 4 x 4 Safari Land Cruiser
    •     English speaking tour guides/driver
    •     All applicable government taxes, levies and entry fees
    •     Personalized private service
    What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
    •     International flights and taxes
    •     Passports and visa applications and processing
    •     Travel insurance
    •     Tips and gratuities for drivers/guides
    •     Personal laundry
    •     Alcoholic drinks
    •     Entrance fee for activities noted as optional
    1. Day 1: Nairobi - Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

      Your East Africa adventures continue as you fly to Nairobi, where you’ll board your onward flight north to Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. Originally a cattle ranch known as Lewa Downs, the conservancy is located in north-central Kenya in the shadow of snow capped Mt. Kenya. Today Lewa is arguably the most famous private wildlife reserve in Africa. In the 1980s, the process began to transform the ranchland into a heavily guarded black rhinoceros’ sanctuary. Today, it is a dedicated wildlife conservancy that has gained a worldwide reputation for its pioneering efforts in restoring endangered species, particularly black and white rhino.

    2. Day 2 and 3: Exploring the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

      Spanning more than 62,000 acres, the Lewa landscape is dominated by open grasslands and gentle hills, with stands of mature acacia forest and papyrus swamp. The varied habitats provide sustenance for a wide range and quantity of wildlife, including the world’s largest population of endangered Grevy’s zebra and the rare sitatunga antelope. All of the Big Five—lion, leopard, elephant, Cape buffalo and rhino—thrive here, along with other common denizens such as wildebeest, giraffe, impala, waterbuck and nearly 350 bird species. Keep an eye out, too, for cheetah and packs of wild dog.

      Activities abound at Lewa. Guests may choose from day and night wildlife drives, guided walks and hikes with Masai tribesmen, horseback and camel rides, bush meals, wildlife viewing from a hide, visits to a nearby archaeological site, farm and craft tours, and even tennis or a massage. Extended walking safaris and fishing excursions can also be arranged. Scenic flights in a classic yellow open-cockpit biplane, evocative of the famous scene in the film Out of Africa, are offered at an additional cost.

      After each exhilarating day, retire to the genteel comforts of Lewa Wilderness Lodge, which was the original Craig family homestead. The family has been welcoming guests since 1972, and visitors now enjoy a luxurious stay in nine beautifully appointed cottages, all with fireplaces and private verandas. Guests are invited to relax in the sitting room or on the veranda of the adjacent main house that is still the residence of Will and Emma Craig, who often join guests for tea. Play billiards or table tennis, borrow a book from the library, or cool off in the infinity pool during the heat of the day. Meals are shared around a banquet table on the open-air dining terrace.

      At Lewa, it’s not only the abundant wildlife that is inspiring. The entire enterprise will ignite your own passion for conservation. For families living on its boundaries, Lewa improves livelihoods with its adult education and women’s micro-credit programs, community-managed water projects, and access to health care at its four health clinics. To thousands of children in local schools, Lewa opens doors to more future choices with its support for expanding educational opportunities. Lewa is also home to the Northern Rangelands Trust, an innovative partnership with several communities that have given land for the preservation of wildlife. You’re sure to come away from a visit to Lewa feeling positive by what’s been achieved so far, and what is yet possible.

    3. Day 4: Fly back to Nairobi

      Fly back to Nairobi today, where a dayroom is provided at the Ole Sereni Hotel before your transfer to the international airport for departing flights.

    Lewa Wilderness Lodge

    The beauty of Lewa Wilderness isn’t just in the incredible scenery and wildlife explored daily with game drives – but in the wealth of activities and experiences to be had at every turn. Situated on the edge of one of Kenya’s most private wildlife and environmental conservation projects, the wildlife-rich Lewa provides guests a home-away-from-home experience that’s hard to find these days.

    When you arrive at the lodge, you’ll immediately feel like you’re with family. Just nine exclusive rooms dot the Lewa Wilderness landscape. Six cottages are tucked into the hillside overlooking the sprawling Eastern Marania Valley, plus a further three garden cottages that are cozy yet expansive are set amongst the beautiful lawn.

    At Lewa Wilderness we go beyond the game drive, with exceptional wildlife and wilderness viewing opportunities. From the traditional game viewing vehicles (we’ve recently converted one of our Landcruisers to be 100% electric), to guided walks and breathtaking scenic flights in our retro yellow WACO bi-plane to unforgettable horse riding safaris for all ages and levels and even camel riding and fly camping.

    As a guest with us, you are automatically supporting the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, renowned for both its pioneering conservation initiatives as well as community and education programs.

    Our welcoming and intimate lodge is especially favored amongst families and couples looking for adventure that has a great deal more heart. Lewa Wilderness prides itself on having many guests return year after year, arriving as friends – and leaving as family.

    The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance.
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