Wildlife Works


A perfect weekend trip or stopover between Nairobi and the Coast. We offer an inexpensive, charming, and clean place to stay for all types of travellers, the variety of accommodation options range from a 4-bedroom villa style house, charming cottage bandas, dormitory bandas and a campsite. Kivuli Camp is located in the middle of the Rukinga Conservancy which protects over 70,000 acres of highly threatened dryland forest, working closely with locals to enhance cohesion and unity and to promote community-based tourism.

Impact Created
  • Forest Protection and Wildlife Conservation: over 70,000 acres protected by the Wildlife Works rangers to avoid illegal logging, charcoal production and poaching.
  • Carbon Offsetting: a unique ecotourism project protecting 500,000 acres of dry-land forest in the Tsavo Conservation Area.
  • Eco-Conscious Camp: made using local natural materials, solar lighting and products from Wildlife Works Eco factory which is the world first and only carbon neutral garment production facility.
  • Community Support: fund to finance community projects, supporting students to unleash their protectional and holding educational camps.
  • Culture: work closely with the neighboring community to immerse tourists in cultural experiences such as basket weaving and elephant dung paper making.
  • Community Owned: the entire conservancy is owned by 50 locals, enhancing cohesion and unity.
  • Conservation Education: taking school children on game drives to showcase the importance of protecting and conserving the wildlife.


  • We stayed in Ndovu House for 2 nights. It’s a beautiful Swahili house. The center point being the upstairs lounge with a view over the savannah. The bedrooms are clean and comfortable and this would make a great place for large groups. 

  • We stopped off for just one night to break the journey from the coast and were treated to simple but heavenly accommodation and extraordinary wildlife sightings. A lioness roaring in the early morning all to ourselves and multiple groups of elephants at the water holes. This is not 5* luxury but it is real wilderness and a wonderful wonderful conservation project that deserves support.

AccommodationWildlife Works: Kivuli Camp
Category:Villa, Cottage, Banda & Campsite
Facilities: Football Field | Catering| Education Centre | Museum |Books & Games | Various options of accommodation | Wifi | Power | Massages |

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