Guided walking safaris resume on the Lewa Conservancy


(Posted 06th August 2019)

Elewana would like to announce that from 7th August 2019, guests staying at Elewana Lewa Safari Camp or Elewana Kifaru House can once again enjoy guided walking safaris on the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.

A guided walking safari is one of the best ways to explore the surrounding area, where you will be accompanied by a professional walking Safari Guide whose knowledge of local flora, fauna, culture and history is unmatched.

Guests can follow the spoor of a herd of impala or track a porcupine, identify a specific bird sound or the tell-tell signs that animals are close.
They can savour the sweet smell of a local flower or learn the benefits that an indigenous bush has to the local people. There is no telling what one may see but it will certainly leave guests with an experience they will never forget.

The Elewana Collection has invested heavily in their guide training. They train their guides on a regular basis to ensure they are at the top of their field, in our continued efforts to make sure guests have a superior experience when they stay at an Elewana property.

It is Elewana’s primary goal that guests have an exceptional and safe experience with our Guides, while enjoying the wild expanse of the Kenyan bush.*

*Note: Age restrictions apply to children under 16 yrs. All bush walks are subject to the discretion of the lead guide due to the nature of the activity.