Parks and reserves managed by KWS

Select a park or reserve to view a list of hotels, lodges, guesthouses and camps managed by KWS



Ruma National Park launched as a rhino sanctuary Ruma National Park in Nyanza has been officially launched as a rhino sanctuary. A male black rhino named Russelas from Mugie Rhino Sanctuary in Laikipia ...
[ more » ]
Kenya Wildlife Service signs MOU with Marula Estates The Kenya Wildlife Service has on Tuesday, December 6, 2011 signed a three-year memorandum of understanding with the Marula Estates, a landowner in Naivasha...
[ more » ]
Flooding subsides, all roads passable in Lake Nakuru National Park Tourists visiting Lake Nakuru National Park are reassured that the flooding which had adversely affected parts of the popular park have since subsided...
[ more » ]
New momentum for Mau restoration efforts A new three-year intervention to rehabilitate the Northern Mau Forest at the cost of Euro €2.3 million (Sh280 million) is set to deliver multiple benefits for Kenya and the region. ...
[ more » ]
KWS hosts National Defence College international students Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) hosted a team of 14 National Defence College Faculty and international course participants. ...
[ more » ]
Newly appointed KWS Board of Trustees formally introduced The newly appointed Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) Board of Trustees was on Tuesday, October 29, 2011 formally introduced to the KWS top management at a meeting at the headquarters...
[ more » ]
KWS hosts the Republic of South Sudan ministers Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) has urged the Republic of South Sudan to actively embrace community participation in wildlife conservation.Speaking during the visit by the Deputy Minister for Wildlife Conservation and Tourism, Hon Obuch Ujwok ...
[ more » ]
Blogs and Videos Blogs Videos

2014 Conservation Fees

Bookmark and Share
Follow us on foursquare