One of Kenya’s oldest and most intriguing rock painting sites is found on Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and yesterday we took a trip to see them.
A few days ago as Calum walked down to the Lewa House pool he noticed a stick on the path that seemed to “fall over” as he got near it – on closer inspection he realised it was a chameleon?! The first one we (or anyone we know) has seen on Lewa?
Yesterday morning during breakfast one of our guests saw a young bull elephant by the waterhole in front of the lodge. On closer inspection it appeared that the Elephant was limping.
A velvety sky studded with millions of stars. The Milky Way arching overhead, from which Scorpio hangs by his tail.
For the last 13 years Lewa Wildlife Conservancy has played host to Lewa Safaricom Marathon – one of the only marathons in the world to be run in a wildlife conservancy, ’One of the top ten races to run in your life’ according to Runner’s World magazine.