Anantara’s sister brand in Africa, Elewana Collection, has announced the latest addition to its wide-ranging portfolio – Elewana Kifaru House in Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Kenya.
Previously, Kifaru House was only available for group bookings on an exclusive basis, however from April visitors are now able to book rooms on an individual basis in line with the other Elewana properties.
Located on a majestic escarpment with impressive views of the surrounding Lewa/Borana Wildlife Conservancy, Elewana Kifaru House is made up of five individual spacious accommodations, one with two bedrooms.
Guests can convene in the homely main house and relax with a fully-stocked bar and two large fireplaces, or enjoy sundowners and dinner under the stars on the large, comfortably furnished terrace.
There is also a heated swimming pool with breath-taking views across the surrounding plains, teeming with wildlife and reaching out to Mount Kenya.
Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is heralded as one of the beacons of wildlife conservation, not only in East Africa but globally, and is home to East Africa’s healthiest rhino population totalling 66 black and 62 white rhinos.
Activities from Elewana Kifaru House include day and night game drives, bush walks and cultural tours to a local village and archaeological site.