The Galana Conservancy is one of the true wildlife treasures of County Kilifi and Kenya.
A 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.
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 the Lali Hills.
The beautiful Lali Hills and the twisting Galana River dominate the rugged landscape and offer a magnificent glimpse of the real Kenya. With the unfortunate exception of rhino you can expect to encounter all the wonderful wildlife associated with East Africa, like hundreds of elephants, Masai giraffes, zebras, buffalos and the wildlife living in the wooded savannah such as kudu, eland and gerenuk.
Within the Conservancy you are allowed to do night safaris, get off of main tracks, do walking safaris and have thrilling bush dinners; activities not allowed in most national parks in Kenya.
Access to the Conservancy is by road from Malindi and Watamu in the East, from Voi in the West