Lewa Wilderness Trails is the family home of Will and Emma Craig and is situated in the eastern corner of the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. The lodge has entertained guests in luxury for over thirty years, and the hosts continue to make every effort to ensure that guests enjoy comfort and luxury in addition to exciting safari activities.
There are just nine beautifully decorated cottages housing eighteen guests at Lewa Wilderness Trails, all of which feature fireplaces and private verandas. Six cottages sit tucked into the hillside overlooking Lewa’s Eastern Marania Valley, while three garden cottages stand amid the beautiful green lawns. Guests of Lewa Wilderness Trails have their own en-suite bathrooms and can enjoy all of the amenities of luxury ranch homestead standing at the gateway to the rich game of the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.
Evenings at Lewa Wilderness Trails consist of relaxing in Will and Emma’s inviting sitting room and sharing meals with the other guests in the open-air dining room. The food at Lewa Wilderness Trails is exquisite as chefs use produce from the five-acre organic garden, local livestock, and water from natural springs to create healthy and delightful meals. While relaxing in camp, guests can also take a swim in the refreshing salt-water pool, enjoy a game of tennis, or simply laze about on their private verandas and take in the sweeping views.
All of the activities at Lewa Wilderness Trails are conducted by a highly-trained professional team of guides. Day and night game drives, guided bush walks, horseback riding, and camel safaris lead guests to the spectacular game and amazing scenery of Lewa Wildlife Conservation, a Big Five paradise and one of the only game parks where visitors are almost guaranteed to see endangered black and white rhinos. Between its snow-capped Mount Kenya backdrop and the diversity of its game on the plains, hills, valley, and rivers, Lewa is a truly magical place for an African safari. There are also a series of blinds on the property where guests can watch game from up close without disturbing their natural behavior. There are numerous cultural activities available including visits to archaeological sites and excursions to the nearby Maasai boma. On special request, guests can arrange an air safari over the conservancy with a stop for trout fishing at a high-altitude lake.Request Information