Lewa Conservancy is one of the best wildlife conservancy initiatives in Kenya. It was recognized as an extension of Mount Kenya World Heritage Center in June 2013.
Lewa Conservancy boasts tremendous views of Mount Kenya and the wild Northern Frontier District.
Lewa is an asylum to critically endangered Kenya’s black rhino, elephants and the biggest population of Grevy’s zebra on the planet. Moreover, its home to lions, giraffes, wild dogs. For bird enthusiast, Lewa is home to 400 types of bird species.
In addition to wildlife conservation, there are various community projects that are hosted within the conservancy. These include; healthcare, agriculture, Agro-forestry, Education, water and women microfinance credit.
T his sets the stage for the most diverse and exciting wildlife encounters.