Witu forest is a 46km2 protected reserve in Lamu County. The reserve was formed with a combination of two forests Gongoni and Utwani forests and it is an important elephant migrating route between Kipini conservancy, Amu ranch and Dodori national reserve. Renowned for its many species of birds, Witu national forest reserve also protects some of the endangered species of plants such as Europhobia Tanaensis. Tourists visiting the reserve can come across a lot of wildlife especially primates including largest herds of elephants passing through the reserve and many more like hartebeest, lesser kudu, giraffes, genuruk, gazelle, buffalos, and antelopes to mention a few.
Nature Walks & Game Viewing at Witu Forest Reserve