Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and Ngare Ndare Forest Trust in northern Kenya achieved UNESCO World Heritage Site status this summer as part of the existing Mount Kenya World Heritage Site. Lewa is one of Africa’s most successful rhino sanctuaries, with both black and white rhinos, and is recognized for its natural beauty and biodiversity. Lewa is also home to unique subspecies not found elsewhere in Kenya: reticulated giraffe, endangered Grevy’s zebra and others. A variety of camps and safari activities are on offer in this private conservancy.
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