Elewana Kifaru House
Elewana Collection

Elewana Kifaru House



Luxurious thatched cottages
Infinity pool with spectacular views
Part of Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

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About the Property

Elewana Kifaru House is a serene and luxurious retreat located within the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, an area celebrated for its dedication to the conservation of black and white rhinos in East Africa. The property, named after the Swahili word for rhino, provides a tranquil escape amidst lush lawns and vibrant birdlife, offering guests five exclusive thatched cottages with splendid views. It stands as a haven of luxury, where guests can enjoy the wilderness, engage with conservation efforts, and relax in a setting that feels like home, complete with a picturesque infinity pool and magnificent views over the plains.


Lounge & BarLounge & Bar
Swimming PoolSwimming Pool
Laundry ServiceLaundry Service

Food & Drink

Although specific details about the food and drink offerings at Elewana Kifaru House were not provided, guests can typically expect to enjoy meals in a comfortable sitting room with a well-stocked bar and elegant dining area, extending out to a furnished terrace for al fresco breakfasts and wildlife watching. The dining experience is likely to feature a variety of international and local cuisine, tailored to enhance the safari experience in a luxurious bush setting.

Getting There



Elewana Kifaru House offers five charming thatched cottages, each featuring well-appointed bedrooms with sumptuous four-poster beds and generous en-suite bathrooms. The first cottage is ideal for families, with one double and one twin bedroom, both en suite. The remaining four cottages provide a king bed, en suite bathroom with shower, and one boasts a Victorian-style bath and outdoor shower for a unique experience under the African sky, ensuring privacy and spectacular views.

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