Here are Lewa Safari Camp Resident Rates:What Does PPS Mean? PPS (Per Person Sharing) means cost Per Adult when sharing the Room with another. Example KES 10,000/- PPS means, 2 Adults in 1 Room pay KES 20,000/-
|1st Nov 2022 – 19th Dec 2022||KES 34,030/- PPS||KES 45,400/- PP|
|20th Dec 2022 – 3rd Jan 2023|
30 Days to Arrival
(at the time of Booking)
|KES 46,250/- PPS||KES 63,730/- PP|
|4th Jan 2023 – 31st Mar 2023||KES 34,030/- PPS||KES 45,400/- PP|
|1st Apr 2023 – 31st May 2023||KES 31,770/- PPS||KES 41,920/- PP|
All the Rates are in KES, Per Person, Per Night, Game Package
Safari Tent Occupancy: 2 Adults + 1 Child
Minimum Stay: 2 Nights
GAME PACKAGE: Full Board Accommodation, including breakfast, lunch and dinner, water , tea, coffee and, laundry services, scheduled game drives and scheduled activities, transfers
to/from the designated Airstrip
KES 4,800/- for Adults, Per Night
KES 2,400/- for Children under 18 years, Per Nighty
Drink supplement Includes: Soft drinks, house wines, beers, & select spirits.
Drink supplement Excludes: Champagne, cognacs, single malt whiskeys,
premium spirits and wines from Elewana’s exclusive cellar wine list
Conservancy Fee (Mandatory, Per Day):
Per Adult: KES 2,950.00
Per Child: KES 1,475.00
Up to 5.9 years, Sharing with Adults: FREE
6 – 12 years, Sharing with Adults: 50% of PPS
12 – 17 years in their Own Room (2 min.) 75% of PPS
1 Child (6 – 17 years) Sharing with 2 Adults: Triple Rate to apply
Vehicle Code of Conduct:
Only 4×4 vehicles which are shades of green or brown in colour are permitted on Lewa Wildlife Conservancy
Saloon 4×4 vehicles and mini-buses are prohibited
Exceptions to this may be authorised by Lewa Conservancy Management
Lewa Safari Camp has a stunning location within Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, with outstanding game viewing from camp and views ofMt. Kenya to the south and the arid lowlands to the north. Each tent has a thatched roof, verandah and full ensuite bathroom, very much in the ‘Lewa’ style. The central areas have cool gardens with a sunny verandah and swimming pool to enjoy during the day, and cosy log fires in the lounge and dining room during the chilly evenings.The camp is based within the private 62,000 acre wildlife conservancy. The conservancy is home to about10%of Kenya’s black rhino population, and the single largest population of Grevy’s zebra in the world. Lewa reinvests all the profits generated from tourism into its core programs. When you visit Lewa Safari Camp, you contribute to helping thousands of people from different backgrounds and cultures to improve their lives, and give their children a future, at the same time as ensuring Africa’s wildlife has a stable home.
Lewa Wildlife Conservancy–World renowned wildlife conservancy, cutting edge rhino and community based conservation.
Wildlife, specifically black rhino–Lewa is home to over65 endangered black rhino and the world’s largest population of the endangered Grevy’szebra
Highly qualified guides–Within the mandate of Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, guides receive outstanding training, from courses by the Museums of Kenya about the archaeological digs within Lewa to up-to-the minute research being done on the conservancy.All the guides have a Bronzeor Silver Level KPGSA certification.
Complete refurbishment and unrivalled game drive vehicles–Since coming under the management of Cheli & Peacock, Lewa Safari Camp has been completely refurbished including using the C&P style of spacious open-sided Land Cruisers. All vehicles feature enhancements specifically designed for comfort and photography, such as charging sockets and camera stands.Latest major refurbishments to the swimming pool and lounge were completed in June 2012.
Lewa Main Airstrip is a 40 minutes’drive from camp.
Once daily scheduled Air Kenya flight departing Nairobi Wilson at 09h15.
Twice daily scheduled Safari Link flight departing Nairobi Wilson at 08h00 and 10h20.
Private Charters from anywhere.
11 ensuite safari tents, all of which can be laid out as doubles or twins. Three of the tents can accommodate triples for children under 16 only.
Each thatch-covered tent consists of a main bedroom, en-suite bathroom and a spacious verandah. Let us know if you require twin beds or a double bed.
2 Family Tent suites – each family suite consists of two ensuite safari tents (one double, one twin) with a shared verandah
Lewa Safari Camp’s two new Family Tents are the ideal accommodation for families with children. Under a thatched roof, the spacious canvas tents each comprise of an en-suite master bedroom and an en-suite twin room, which are joined together by a private veranda/sitting area with stunning views over the Lewa plains. The en-suite bathrooms have flush toilets and hot water showers. An extra bed for a third child under 16 years can be accommodated in one of the Family Tents to accommodate a family of 5.