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  KIPWA  

Kipwa is a Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) registered private conservancy, located to the east of Kenya's capital city of Nairobi

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At only 114Km from Nairobi, it is ideal for weekend get-aways, and  offers an alternative to the now over frequented Naivasha.

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Located on a 300 acre piece of land, it has for long  remained a 'word-of-mouth' destination.

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A breath-taking
phenomenal view of massive volcanic rocks
welcomes you to the premises.



Phone: 0722-931-847; Email: kipwalimited@gmail.com

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 KIPWA  

Sandwiched between Athi and Thika rivers gives it a Mediterranean micro climate, unlike the rest of the country which has a tropical climate.  It is located where the 290Km Yatta Plateau (the world's longest and oldest fossilized lava flow) commences, and is made up of phonolite lava, which is between 10 and 14 million years old. 


Wildlife

 Kipwa is currently home to Nile crocodiles, vervet monkeys, sykes monkeys, leopard tortoise, and monitor lizards. Kipwa is also home to numerous bird species including; the superb sterling, lilac breasted roller, hamerkop, common bulbul,cordon bleu, laughing dove, black headed heron, and the drongo, just to name a few.

We used to keep Nile crocodiles in confinement, but have since released them into Thika river which meanders through the conservancy, and is their natural habitat. 

 

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