Taita wildlife conservancy  a member of Taita Taveta Wildlife Conservancies Association (TTWCA) at the regional level, and at the national level with the Kenya Wildlife Conservancies Association (KWCA), a landowner led national membership organization that serves the interests and collective voice of community and private conservancies.


Family Eco Camps

Families can now take advantage of our budget friendly eco camp accommodation available all around the year. We give the...
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The Tented Camps for individuals and groups

Taita wildlife conservancy has been ranked the best place to stay. We offer our clients the best in terms of...
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Kivuko Eco Camps

Kivuko eco camp is among the 10 best eco camps in Kenya. We offer the best service such as accommodation,...
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Eco Tourisms Camps

We offer spacious camps sites and tented camps for individuals, corporates, groups, families and business people get together. All at...
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Wildlife conservation and management

To maintain healthy populations or wildlife, and to increase numbers and diversity through the protection and conservation of wildlife Elands...
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Tourism Development

To promote diverse forms of tourism which generate income to support Conservancy operating costs and improve livelihoods of Communities. Game...
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Community Development

To encourage Community support for conservation in by funding community development projects including health, water and education in the spirit...
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Livestock Management

To maximize income from livestock, and improve livestock health, while minimizing impact on the environment and ensuring coexistence with wildlife....
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Security Enhancement program

To secure the conservancy and neighbouring communities against insecurity resulting from invasion by unauthorized livestock and other causes.
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Unique Features

The most distinct feature of the conservancy is the closed open plains with very sparse trees and shrubs extending from the western parts to the middle of the conservancy characterised by seasonal floods which provide a very conducive habitat for a significant biodiversity of big game including the Cape buffalo, Common and Grevy’s zebra and Eland.