Lewa Downs Flying Safari


Our 2 Days/ 1 Night Lewa Downs Flying Safari from Nairobi takes you to Lewa Downs, some 65 kilometers north of Nanyuki in an area known as Laikipia – a 16,000 hectare private ranch with a mixture of cattle and wildlife sharing the land.

2 Days/ 1 Night Lewa Downs Flying Safari From Nairobi takes you to Lewa Downs, some 65 kilometers north of Nanyuki in an area known as Laikipia, is a 16,000 hectare private ranch with a mixture of cattle and wildlife sharing the land.

This unique sanctuary provides a safe haven and habitat for species threatened by the growing human population in surrounding areas. For example, 6% of Kenya’s population of endangered Black Rhinoceros and 20% of the world’s population of the rare Grevy’s Zebra are found within its boundaries.

It also houses a research centre for various conservation related wildlife programmes as well as a limited number of safari camps and small lodges.

Lewa Downs is the venue in June each year for the Lewa Downs Marathon and fun runs where sponsored runners can participate alongside some of Kenya’s greatest international athletes to raise money for both the wildlife research projects and educational and health programmes for the local population.

Your accommodation will be at the Lewa Safari Camp – a stunning location within Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, with outstanding game viewing and spectacular views to Mt. Kenya to the south and arid lowlands to the north.

The camp is based within the private 65,000 acre wildlife conservancy of the Lewa Wilderness Trust. The conservancy is home to about 10% of Kenya’s black rhino population, and the single largest population of Grevy’s zebra in the world.

Lewa re-invests all the profits generated from tourism (including profits from Lewa Safari Camp) into its core programmes. When you visit Lewa, you will help thousands of people from different backgrounds and cultures to improve their lives at the same time as ensuring Africa’s wildlife has a stable home.


Lewa Safari tented camp offers spectacular scenery and game viewing. It consists of 12 luxurious tents that are situated on raised platforms under thatched roofs.

Each tent is fitted with electric lighting, large double bed and en-suite bathroom, including hot and cold running water and flush toilets.


The safari camp, overlooking a floodlit waterhole, has a main lounge constructed of cederwood which houses the dining room, lounge and bar where guests can enjoy the view and good company and discuss the day’s safari in comfort.

The central area has well maintained gardens with a large sunny verandah and a swimming pool in which to cool off during the day.


* The above safari is based on scheduled flights and shared game drives

Our 2 Days/ 1 Night Flying Safari Prices Include:

* Airport Tax

* Game drives

* Park entry fees

* Nairobi Return Flights

* 3 Meals while on Safari

* 1 Night Accommodation

* Airport transfers in Nairobi

* Return Airstrip transfers while in Lewa Downs Conservancy



Day 1: Nairobi – Fly to Lewa Downs Conservancy

Depart Wilson airport for a 45 minute scheduled morning flight from Wilson Airport, Nairobi to the Lewa Downs (departure approximately 0800 Hours to arrive at 0925 Hours). You will be met at Lewa Downs and taken to Lewa Safari Camp or similar.

After checking in you will be shown to your tent, where you can relax before explore the environs of the camp. After lunch take a game drive around the ranch in the afternoon.

Overnight Lewa Safari Camp

Meal Plan {Lunch & Dinner}

Day 2: Lewa Downs Conservancy – Fly to Nairobi

Morning enjoy a game-drive followed by breakfast then later fly back to Nairobi at 1125 Hours to arrive at 1315 Hours. Additional nights can be added. We recommend a minimum of 3 Nights stay at any of these locations.

Lewa Safari Camp Activities Available:
* Sundowners
* Swimming pool
* Bush breakfasts

* Guided bush walks

* Horse-riding (supplements apply)

* Game drives in 4×4 Land Cruisers

* Massages & Manicures/ Pedicures

* Camel trekking (supplements apply)
* Educational talks on the history and the day-to-day operation of the Conservancy

Enquires and Bookings