Mwingi National Reserve
Mwingi National Reserve covers an area of approximately 745 sq km and is less toured by tourists.
The traditional game viewing is limited and other activities such as camel riding, fly camping and horseback safaris have been allowed as it has been designated a Wilderness Activity Zone by Kenya Wildlife Service. The reserve is being maintained by the county of Mwingi.
The Wildlife populations are less, but animals such as crocodile, buffalo, hippo and warthog can be spotted.
The climate of the area is hot and dry
- Game viewing
- Fishing and boating on Tana River
Wildlife in Mwingi National Reserve
The animals that can be spotted include hippo, Caracal, elephant, leopard, lion and several antelope species among others.
How to get to Mwingi National Reserve
The reserve can be accessed by road through Thika to Mwingi then north-east through Kyuso village, or from Meru National Park through Adamson’s Bridge via Kora National Park.
Accommodation at Mwingi National Reserve
There are no accommodations within Mwingi National Reserve
Best time to visit Mwingi National Reserve
The reserve can be toured all year round
Mwingi National Reserve Activities
- Game viewing
- Fishing in River Tana
- Bird watching
Mwingi National Reserve Park Fees
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Other Kenya National Parks and Game Reserves
- Mwea National Reserve
- Longonot National Park
- Mount Elgon National Park
- Mombasa Marine Reserve
- Marsabit National Park and Reserve
- Malindi Marine National Park