Two new long wheel base land-rovers, one closed and one with a canvas top, are available for guests to explore the area, driven by guides who are experts in the flora and fauna of Africa and in African culture. With luck guests can observe “the big five” and countless, glorious birds and animals.
Fortified with tea and coffee that can be served in their rooms, many guests rise at dawn for Safari, the better to spot the more shy animals and to hear the early bird calls.
Our guides can recommend and organise other activities and local trips (some of these may incur extra charges) including:
Day and night Game drives
Nature walks with our knowledgeable guides
Walks along the canopies and waterfalls in the Ngare-Ndare forest
Visits to local villages
Horseback and Camel riding
Visits to the archaeological site
Educational talks on the history & day-to-day operation of the Conservancy
Kifaru provides financial support to seven local schools and a programme can be arranged for guests who would like to volunteer their services or to visit during their vacation. Click here for more information.