Spanning 62,000 acres, Northern Kenya’s Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is home to over 10 percent of Kenya’s black rhino population, over 14 percent of Kenya’s white rhinos and the world’slargest single herd of Grevy’s zebra. It might not be as stunning as the Maasai Mara, but it does provide visitors a more private, high-end safari experience.There’s also the “feel good” factor – it’s a nonprofit group; a portion of your fees goes directly to the surrounding community to build schools and provide access to clean water, healthcare and employment. At the award- winning il n’gwesi lodge in the heart of Lewa, safari chic is de rigueur, but so is conservation.

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