Welcome to the Galana Conservancy Website
We hope we can offer you a window into the challenging but wonderful world of conservation and community development in this stunning area Kenya. This 60,000 acre wildlife haven for some of the world’s most renowned and rarest African wildlife species is situated on the eastern boundary of Tsavo East National Park and on the northern banks of the Galana River. We hope you enjoy what we have to show you and that you can join us on our journey to help preserve this crucial habitat and enable some of the amazing creatures that roam within its boundaries to do so, into the future, in peace.
The Galana Conservancy is one of Kenya's real wildlife treasures, offering a truly personal experience of the African bush. You may not encounter another soul as you explore the Lali Hills or drive along the Galana River on your way to a sun-downer in a place chosen by you.
Access to the Conservancy is by road from Malindi and Watamu in the East, from Voi in the West and by air from Malindi, Mombasa or Nairobi (there are 3 airstrips in the immediate area including one at Kulalu Camp which also serves as the new Conservancy HQ) The Main Conservancy Gate is situated at its south-east end, across the Galana River/ADC Ranch Headquarters causeway.
Our warden Fidelius Michira and his dedicated scouts will be happy to assist you in any way possible and they will always have up to date information on the movements of wildlife within the Conservancy.
The Galana Wildlife Conservancy is delighted with the wonderful support it has received from the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in recent months. www.sheldrickwildlifetrust.org Please see our Consrvancy News page for an update on this crucial partnership and how the DSWT funding and logistical support has dramatically increased our ability to protect this vital part of the Tsavo eco-system.
/conservancy-news.html10th December 2015- Important Press Release from the Kenyan Embassy, Dublin. See our Conservancy news page.
Who we work with and who support our projects.
Galana Conservancy Kenya