ATTA® Webinar - Connecting Safari with the royal family – Presented by Lewa Safari Camp

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May 19th 2022

Join us for a webinar on Kenya and its connection to the British Royal family. We are inviting a speaker from one of Kenya’s most iconic conservancies to present a place that has a special affiliation with stories of royal romance.

In the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Laikipia region, Lewa Safari Camp has a stunning location with outstanding game viewing from camp, and views of Mt. Kenya to the south and the arid lowlands to the north. The Wildlife Conservancy is home to the largest concentration of Grevy’s zebra in the world, and its range of habitats attracts diverse birdlife and hosts over 200 Black and White Rhino.

Elewana is a collection of 16 extraordinary camps, lodges & hotels offering unique accommodations from nostalgic treehouses, intimate starbeds, to luxurious private pavilion suites, in the most iconic locations across East Africa. They expertly share the wonders of our natural world by providing life-affirming, ethical, luxurious, safari and adventure experiences.

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This is an online only event/webinar

ATTA® Webinar - Connecting Safari with the royal family – Presented by Lewa Safari Camp

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Charl Grobler General Manager

Lewa Safari Camp

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Born in Stellenbosch, South Africa to a Kenyan father and a Namibian mother, Southern and East Africa has always been home for Charl.

He started off in the hospitality industry in KwaZulu Natal at Fugitives Drift as a guide, lecturer, and lodge manager working with the Rattray family. His next opportunity was with Robin Pope Safari's in Zambia and Malawi, working on the operations team and managing camps in some remarkable areas. From Malawi, the journey continued north to Tanzania and Kenya, where he currently works for the Elewana Collection.

Charl is currently the group guide and activities manager and gets to work with some of the top guides in East Africa. His home is Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, where he looks after Lewa Safari Camp.