Tented Accommodation at Lewa Wilderness
Accommodation is offered in nine spaced permanent luxury tent, en-suite bathrooms with hot and cold running water and flush toilets. Your Kenya accommodation also includes, beers, soft drinks, house wines and bottled water (champagne not included).
Lewa House is only booked on an exclusive basis, it is all yours. The property has a main building with a lounge and dining area, opening up to the charmingly furnished stretch verandah with its own special vista across the plains of Northern Kenya. There are three large cottages each with a double and a twin room, making the property suitable for up to twelve people for their Kenya accommodation.
All the cottages have en-suite bathrooms, apart from the family cottage, which has a shared bathroom. The houses are rustic, with cooling `Sanje' (swamp grass) roofs and designed to mix the traditional relaxed ambiance with modern comfort. Each of the cottages have a private verandah where guests can sit in the cool of the evening to enjoy the starlit African skies. Lewa house is mainly used to house supporters of the Conservancy and now has been opened up to offer accommodation to guests visiting Lewa.
Situated in the wildlife-rich Eastern corner of the Conservancy is the Craig family home, Wilderness Trails, where guests have been entertained in luxury for the past 30 years. It sleeps 16 people housed in 8 beautifully decorated cottages, featuring fireplaces and verandahs, and is the home of Will and Emma Craig.
Guests can relax by the fire in Will and Emma's cosy sitting room and share meals around a long banquet table in the open-air dining room. Natural springs, home-raised livestock, and a 5-acre organic garden are transformed by skilled chefs into healthy and delicious food, providing you perfect accommodation.
The salt-water pool is refreshing, the stables are full of horses for guests to ride, and the clay tennis court comes equipped with both raquets and balls. A professional guiding team leads guests on customized daily safaris and educates them about flora, fauna, animal behaviour, conservation, Lewa history, and more.
To preserve the wildlife natural environment and to give you an exclusive experience, minibuses are not permitted within the Conservancy. All game drives are done in four wheel drive vehicles provided by Lewa, or the selected safari companies accompanied by Lewa’s trained guides.
Electricity is available at Lewa. All the camps and lodges on Lewa are powered by 220 volt generators. You will be able to charge your camera batteries without any problems. The electric sockets are the British 3-pin standard sockets.
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