Lewa House

Lewa House is located in Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2013. Set on top of a hill with panoramic views, the outpost overlooks the sacred mountain of the Samburu—l Lolokwe.
This is one lodge that gets straight to the heart of an African safari. Simply imagine the colors of sunrise lighting up the peaks of Mt. Kenya on the horizon, the smell of dusty, thirsty elephants discovering a mud hole in front of your camera lens or sipping a wild mint margarita before a delicious dinner under the stars and falling asleep to the sounds of the wildlife just beyond your room. This is Lewa House.

The cottages and earth pods are set on top of a hill with extensive views over gently rolling terrain, with Mount Kenya to the south and the rugged Matthews Range and the sacred Ololokwe Mountain to the north.
The houses are rustic, with traditional makuti (thatched grass) roofs and a blend of traditional relaxed ambiance and modern comfort. But most importantly, during your stay at Lewa House, you will have almost exclusive access to an area teeming with exciting wildlife.
There is a large shaded verandah extending away from the main house with a comfortable seating area from which you can enjoy a cool afternoon drink and soak in the very special atmosphere of Lewa House.
Beautiful shaded gardens surround the house and breakfast, or lunch is often served on the lawn. The house also has a large swimming pool which overlooks a waterhole providing some of the best game viewing on Lewa!

Adventures offered from camp: game drives, guided walks, visit the Lewa Wildlife conservancy headquarters, anti-poaching dog unit, a local school and other community projects. Ngare Ndare canopy walk. Ngare Ndare waterfalls. Pre-historic site visit and visit the Il Ngwesi cultural boma.