“Explorer’s Favourite” — a 10-day flying safari with Cheli & Peacock — offers an opportunity to experience three different Kenya ecosystems with a vast array of wildlife species.
Among the highlights of this unique trip are:
- Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, which boasts the largest concentration of Grevy’s zebra in the world and over 130 white and black rhino.
- Awesome views of Mount Kilimanjaro.
- Elewana Elephant Pepper Camp in the Masai Mara with its prime wildlife viewing.
- Some of Africa’s largest elephants in Amboseli National Park.
- Interactions with authentic, traditional and colorful tribal communities
- Conservation and community opportunities with the Land & Life Foundation, Lewa Conservancy rhino and Grevy’s zebra conservation, the Lewa Education Program and Amboseli Elephant Research Trust.
Elewana Tortilis Camp
Famed for its long-tusked elephants, stunning views of Mt. Kilimanjaro and hundreds of species of birds, Amboseli National Park is a photographer’s heaven.
Elewana Tortilis Camp is located on the park’s southwestern edge, facing the mountain and overlooking the Kitirua Conservancy.
The en-suite tents are spacious, comfortable and offer views of Kilimanjaro. Enjoy game drives in open-sided vehicles, exclusive access to Kitirua Conservancy, guided bush walks and stunning sundowners.
Elewana Lewa Safari Camp
Lewa is a private conservancy known for its cutting-edge wildlife conservation, especially for rhinos. Visitors are privy to some of the most spectacular wildlife viewing that Kenya has to offer.
Elewana Lewa Safari Camp is a small, comfortable and relaxed retreat in the heart of the park. Experience game drives, guided walks, bush breakfasts and sundowners, evening horse or camel rides, and local cultural visits. Or simply relax by the pool soaking up the spectacular African wilderness.
Elewana Elephant Pepper Camp
Elewana Elephant Pepper Camp is located in the heart of Mara North Conservancy, which enjoys the privacy and remoteness of only a few camps within the Mara region.
Spacious safari tents provide traditional, luxurious safari accommodation. Wildlife wanders across the plains in front of the camp. And at night, the roar of lions, call of the leopard and trumpeting of the elephants are a reassurance of being at one with the wild; no fences, no boundaries at Elephant Pepper.