Now in its fifty-fifth instalment, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition provides a showcase for the world’s very best nature photography. The competition is owned and operated by the world-renowned Natural History Museum. The Wildlife Photographer of the Year series consists of a major exhibition at the Museum and a worldwide tour. The winning images appear on Natural History Museum’s website and leading publications worldwide. As a result, the photographs are seen by millions.Please vote for a beautiful photo of baby rhino Kitui in this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition by our friend Martin Buzora, and help us spread the word on Lewa’s rhino conservation efforts!
Voting closes at 14:00 on Tuesday 4 February 2020.
The Elewana Collection has two properties located in the Conservancy, Elewana Lewa Safari Camp and Elewana Kifaru House, which are the only two tourism properties owned by the Conservancy itself, with the aim of boosting the conservancy’s revenue through camp occupancy. All profits and conservancy fees generated by each camp are reinvested directly into the conservation and community efforts of Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.
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 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.