7 Days Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Tour Vacations Package3
7 Days Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Tour Vacations Package1
7 Days Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Tour Vacations Package2
7 Days Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Tour Vacations Package
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7 Days Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Tour Vacations Package


7 Days Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Tour Vacations Package

7 Days Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Tour Vacations Package is a great safari for families and honeymooners. The 7 Days Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Tour Vacations Package starts and ends in Nairobi and available throughout the year. Our 7 Days Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Tour Vacations Package is a perfect choice for people who are wildlife loves and privacy. Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya is an award-winning model for community conservation. It is a great stronghold for endangered Black Rhino and they offer a variety of alternative safari activities.

Lewa Downs has been an exclusive safari destination for many years, but was made famous when Britain’s Prince William proposed to Catherine Middleton there in 2010. It is considered to be one of the greatest conservation success stories in the world and is a model for sustainable tourism. During your 7 Days Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Tour Vacations Package at the Lewa Wildlife Refuge, we were able to see a lot of animals, including several rhinos, zebras and reticulated giraffes. The conservation group is working hard to help local communities and animals. There are three rules for watching animals, and the game drive never interferes with animals. The roads in the area are in good condition.

7 Days Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Tour Vacations Package

The game viewing is fantastic and you will head out in one of the conservancies with specially adapted safari vehicles in the company of an experienced ranger and tracker in search of wildlife including the Big Five. One of the attractions is the number of endangered Black and White Rhino that can be found in the Conservancy, as well as rare animals such as Grevy’s Zebra and the Reticulated Giraffe.

One of the greatest attractions of the Lewa Conservancy is that it allows you the freedom to do different safari activities such as going on bush walks accompanied by local guides who will help you interpret the secrets of the bush. If you are looking for a more relaxing time, then spend some times in one of the hides overlooking the waterhole. The lodges also offer optional activities such as Horseback safaris and even safaris on Camel back.

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You can also visit the Ngare Ndare Forest Reserve and seek Black and White Columbus Monkeys as well as many species of birds. The Conservancy is actively involved in the community and guests are actively encouraged to participate in conservation and community projects. These are often a great way to immerse yourself in local culture and learn about life in Africa.

In your next safari, the perfect choice is Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, home to the entire endangered black rhino population, white rhino, and the big 5. It’s located to the north of Mount Kenya and south of Isiolo. Lewa is a sanctuary for diverse wildlife array and hosts a myriad of game species in the plains. The construction of an elephant corridor alleviating pressure between the migrating pachyderms and humans is among the great cutting edge projects in the conservancy. The corridor extends from Mt. Kenya through Lewa and out to the Samburu region.

Game Drive on the back of a horse

At Lewa Wilderness, guests can choose beyond the normal safari transport options and opt to see the conservancy from a different view – on the back of a horse or even on the back of a camel! Just two minutes walk from the lodge, the Lewa Wilderness stables are home to over 30 horses and ponies. Many of the guest horses are home bred, whilst others are retired polo ponies. The horses are well accustomed to the wildlife as, during the day, they enjoy free range grazing alongside animals such as zebra, giraffe, impala, eland and baboons. Many of the horses are used to carrying complete beginners enabling even first time riders to enjoy the unique experience of riding in the African bush. Riding one of the Lewa Wilderness horses allows you to enjoy the wildlife in its most natural form, without the sound of a car engine or the sight of a road – it’s truly quite a privilege.

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    • Activity Level Leisurely
    • Group Size Medium Group
    All about the 7 Days Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Tour Vacations Package.

    Guests in the conservancy have unfettered access to the incredibly beautiful landscape supporting various animals such as mighty lions, antelope, striking cheetahs, stealthy leopards, and other predators. Lewa is home to an abundance of endangered fauna and flora. Visitors experience an enjoyable walk as they watch wildlife and Maasai Moran grazing. After the game drive is a relaxing visit to Samburu or Maasai cultural village, you interact with locals.

    Best time to visit Lewa wildlife Conservancy :  Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is one of Kenya’s land mark to visit on wildlife adventure because is a home rich with wide variety of wildlife species including the rare and endangered black rhinos ,Grevy’s zebras and sitatunga as well as the big five mammal species such as lions ,leopards ,elephants ,rhinos and cape buffaloes among others .Just know ,Lewa Conservancy is worth visiting because is a place to indulge in some fine accommodation and see some of Africa’s most coveted wildlife species ,located south of the town of Isiolo close the Laikipia Plateau also a stunning place to visit. From Nairobi to Lewa Wildlife Conservancy travel by road takes 4 hours’ drive while using Thika Road.

    More so, this conservancy covers an area of about 65,000 acres of pristine African wilderness with its wonderful tourist’s attractions. However, is a haven for the unique and amazing wildlife species while simultaneously offering one of the most exclusive and individualized tour experiences in East Africa.

    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 to Lewa Wilderness-Lewa Downs

      Fly from Nairobi Wilson Airport directly to Lewa Downs. Met on arrival and transferred to Lewa Wilderness, enjoying a game drive en-route. Depending on your arrival time either enjoy lunch and an afternoon of discovering Lewa Conservancy, or enjoy sun downers followed by a candle-lit dinner.

      Lewa Wilderness Camp


      Lewa Wilderness offers a myriad of activities by which to enjoy Lewa Conservancy, from traditional game drives to horse riding and camel safaris, or guided bush walks. Your meals are served in the Lodge while enjoying the picturesque views, or as a picnic while out enjoying all Lewa Conservancy has to offer.

    3. Day 3: Lewa Downs – LEWA WILDERNESS Laikipia

      Today another action-packed day of discovery lies ahead. As well as activities bringing you closer to the wildlife, a visit “behind-the-scenes” of the Lewa Conservancy conservation activities gives you an insider perspective on protecting this precious eco-system. Or for a thrilling experience, enjoy a memorable scenic flight in the Waco Bi- Plane (extra cost).

    4. Day 4: Lewa Wilderness

      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.

    5. Day 5: Lewa - Masai Mara Game Reserve - Little Governors’ Camp

      Departure after breakfast, flying directly from Lewa Downs to the Masai Mara Game Reserve. Met on arrival and transfer directly to Little Governors’ Camp. A short game drive en route to the camp before an al fresco lunch in the camp. Embark on a thrilling afternoon game drive at 3:30pm and return in the dusk for drinks and chatter around the campfire, before your dinner. Fall asleep the night-time chorus of the Masai Mara.

    6. Day 6: Full Day in Masai Mara

      Embark on an early morning game drive at dawn, returning to the camp in your own time for a full hunter’s breakfast, served al fresco overlooking the waterhole. After breakfast there is the opportunity to take another game drive along the banks of the Mara River, or visit some of our responsible tourism community initiatives, or enjoy a unique cultural experience with a visit to a Masai Manyatta (village). After lunch, an afternoon game drive finishes with drinks around the camp fire and a scrumptious dinner.

      Little Governors Camp Masai Mara

    7. Day 7: Masai Mara - Fly Back To Nairobi

      Enjoy a last early morning game drive, heading to the airstrip after breakfast. Clients are met on arrival at Wilson Airport and transferred to Carnivore or Talisman restaurant for lunch (payable direct), before final transfer to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in time for the international flight departure, or alternative onward arrangements.

    Lewa Wilderness Camp

    The advantage of being located in the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is that guests are surrounded by rich game viewing opportunities without the crowds. A maximum of just 3 vehicles are allowed at a wildlife sighting, ensuring an exclusive game viewing experience. There is a very good chance of seeing all of the “Big Five” and Lewa is one of the only conservancies where guests are almost guaranteed to see the endangered black and white rhinos while on safari. With the backdrop of snow-capped Mount Kenya and the diversity of scenery from open plains, rolling hills, valleys, escarpments and rivers, Lewa is a magical place to game drive for the ultimate Kenyan safari experience. And with our new electric game drive vehicles, we’re leading the charge in wildlife and environment-friendly game viewing.

    The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance.
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