Lewa Wildlife Conservancy A Black Rhino/Sitatunga Reserve
Lewa Conservancy A Black Rhino/Sitatunga Reserve indeed is a notably private sanctuary in Kenya. In other words Lewa Conservancy is a private sanctuary which is set aside chiefly to defend Black Rhinos. Not only that but also Sitatunga as well as threatened Grevy’s Zebra.
Must be remembering that the Lewa Conservancy A Black Rhino/Sitatunga Reserve is outstandingly upheld. That is to say there are above 60 species of mammals together with over 200 species of uniquely birds. Above all you can enjoy your game driving on foot while sitting on the back of Camel or even in a traditional Safari Vehicle.
First thing to remember is that the reserve started with only 15 Black Rhino in 1984. Another key point it is that by then it was known as Ngare Sengoi Rhino Sanctuary. With attention and because of its important Lewa’s population has since risen steadily. To put it differently this has made the Conservancy the pioneer rhino conservation success particularly Kenya but also East Africa.
Uniquely Grevy’s zebra
With this in mind Lewa represent a markedly proportion of Grevy’s Zebra. This is due to the fact that the sanctuary has over 300 resident Grevy’s Zebra. In fact Grevy’s zebra are taller compared to plains zebra. To put it another way is that they have large rounded ears but also thin and elegant stripes. Furthermore they do have a wide black stripe which runs the length of their back. Besides that have also a conspicuously white belly and rump.
Best Time To Go: Notably January – April and also June – October
Where to Stay: Important to realize is that there are several lodges in the park. However there are also some on community land outside the park.
Getting There: By means of air from Nairobi on Safari Link.