ACTIVITIES AT THE CONSERVANCY
Game drives are designed and tailored to take you closer to the wonderful and beautiful Taita wildlife and fauna. Visitors are encouraged not to leave their cameras back as this is a life time experience. its an opportunity to see animals in their natural habitat going about their daily feeding routine. Game drives are done during the day with a help of experienced guide and game rangers. We also do Night game drives within the conservancy. The Conservancy maintains healthy populations of wildlife, and to increase numbers and diversity through the protection and conservation of Elands, Cheetahs, Grevy’s Zebras, Elephants, Birds, Giraffes, Ostriches among other wild animals.
Birdlife in Taita Wildlife Conservancy features over 300 species, most prolific being marsh warbler, river warbler, red-backed shrike, thrush nigtingale, common whitethroat and African eagles. Visitor are treated to spectacular views especially evening hours by flying eagles and other birds. Bird lovers with the assistant of experienced sharps eyes of guides are guaranteed of variety of birds within the conservancy. Sweet and very vivid melodies from the birds are quite musical to the ears and deep to the visitors imaginations.
The conservancy offers what many term as ” Home to beautiful sundowner in Kenyan Coast” The location of the conservancy offers a perfect sundowner. The expansive and vast flat land with low shrub vegetation cover, the horizontal sun rays offers the most spectacular view not experienced elsewhere. The during the sun takes to completely go down is breath taking.
Bush walks are designed for people who need time to reflect and relax while at the conservancy. Bush walk can be either early morning or late in the evening. Visitors are advised to avoid day bush walks as its a bit hot and warm. Night bush walks are not allow due to dangers posed visitors by wild animals.
Family Eco Camps
The Tented Camps for individuals and groups
Kivuko Eco Camps
Eco Tourisms Camps
Wildlife conservation and management
Security Enhancement program
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.