Taking its name from the Kiswahili word for rhino, Kifaru House sits on the northern foothills of Mt. Kenya on the 65,000 acre privately owned Lewa Wildlife Conservancy – home to East Africa’s healthiest black and white rhino populations.
Five charming thatched cottages are tucked away in an oasis of vibrant lawns overlooking the vast Lewa Plains. The elegant dining and sitting room lead out on to a spacious terrace where meals are enjoyed Al fresco while watching wildlife at the waterhole below. A tranquil retreat, Kifaru House provides an exclusive safari experience and opportunity to discover this world renowned wildlife conservancy.