Celebrating 17 Rhino Births and Zero poaching

Lewa Wildlife Conservancy had record rhino births throughout 2018, and zero poaching. Together with Borana Conservancy, the combined area is now home to more than 170 rhinos. It’s great to see the rhino conservation efforts pay off, and we look forward to reaching the 200 rhino’s milestone.

Home to 10% of Kenya’s rhino, the conservancy covers 65,000 acres, a vast wilderness with dramatic views to the south of snow-capped Mt. Kenya, and to the north down to the arid lands of Tassia and Il Ngwesi. It has many diverse habitats from pristine forest, fertile grasslands, extensive springs and acacia woodland to explore and Elewana Collection has two properties in Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Lewa Safari Camp and the award winning Kifaru House;

Elewana Kifaru House

Guests can relax and feel at home, choosing how they spend their time, whether it is lying by the picturesque infinity pool gazing out over the plains or sitting in the library leisurely reading a book, time stands still at Elewana Kifaru House. Each of the five cottages offer spectacular views with well-appointed bedrooms, complete with opulent four poster beds and generous en-suite bathrooms. Intimate and homely atmosphere offering true luxury in the bush with unrivalled wildlife viewing.

Elewana Lewa Safari Camp

Elewana Lewa Safari Camp is a unique and exclusive retreat, which offers privileged access to 65,000 acres of private protected wilderness. Featuring large tented bedrooms each with its own veranda and full en-suite bathrooms. Enjoy a host of activities from walking safaris, horse or camel rides, visit to the new joint operations centre and cultural experiences or simply relax by the swimming pool and enjoy the tranquillity.