Centrally situated between Tsavo East and Tsavo West National Parks, the Tsavo Conservancy forms a critical migration corridor for wildlife, enabling charismatic mega fauna and other biodiversity to roam freely between the two national parks. The conservancy is prime Acacia-Commiphora woodland habitat for incredible wildlife like elephants, buffaloes, giraffes, zebras, lions and much more.
Located in the heart of Taita-Taveta County, the Tsavo Conservancy is part of the greater Tsavo Conservation Area – the world-renowned wildlife area spanning over 42,000 square kilometres and home to the largest elephant population in Kenya.
The Tsavo Conservancy is built on the ongoing initiative of seven ranches (Amaka, Bachuma, Dawida, Kambanga, Rukinga, Taita and Wangalla) which puts 100,000 ha of land under improved conservation management. The tourism and other income activities initiated by the Tsavo Conservancy not only creates job opportunities but also diversifies income sources for many surrounding members of the community.
With its breathtaking scenery, stunning hills and endless landscapes, the Tsavo Conservancy invites you to enjoy a unique experience in the incredible Tsavo ecosystem.