Scout for Rare Black Rhinos and Other Endangered Wildlife on East Africa's Premier Conservancy
Extend your safari with this exciting 3-night option in Kenya that offers a firsthand experience of groundbreaking wildlife conservation work. At Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, a pacesetter for restoring endangered species, you’ll learn about successful efforts to rehabilitate black and white rhinoceros and other rare species as you participate in varied activities on the reserve. Fly via Nairobi to Lewa to spend three nights at Lewa Wilderness Lodge. The private Lewa conservancy, one of Africa's most extraordinary conservation success stories, has become the leading role model for sustainable wildlife conservation in East Africa. A refuge for endangered species, it has played an instrumental role in returning rhinos from the brink of extinction and is also a sanctuary for Grevy's zebra and sitatunga, a rare aquatic antelope. Enjoy wildlife drives, horseback rides and bush walks against the backdrop of snowcapped Mt. Kenya as you learn about Lewa’s mission to be a catalyst for conservation across Africa.
- Groundbreaking Conservation WorkCap your safari with an in-depth immersion in Kenya’s most famous private wildlife reserve, heralded worldwide as a groundbreaking leader in conservation
- Up Close with Rare Black RhinosSee the rare black rhinoceros, Lewa’s flagship species and comeback success story—10 percent of Kenya’s population lives under protection at Lewa
- Day and Night Safari ExcursionsChoose among a wide range of activities for exploring the reserve, from day and night wildlife drives to horseback safaris, bush walks with local Maasai tribesmen and more