Kipini Wildlife & Botanical Conservancy
Situated along the coast of Kenya, Kipini Forest Conservancy offers a unique mix of wilderness and a taste of the coast. Established in 2004, this 265km2 forest reserve is an important habitat for rear and endangered trees and animals whose coexistence creates high aesthetic value to the ecosystem.
Terrestrial diversity endangered species of animals such as Aders Dukes, the cheetah, the intriguing African Dog as well as the rare and endemic Tana Red colobus are available in the gallery forest flanking the Tana River. In addition, there are elephants, African gerenuks, desert warthogs among others. 18% of large mammal species observed or expected in Kipini area alone are considered threatened.