Mwingi Game Reserve

Hot, dry, remote and unspoiled, this reserve is a designated  Wilderness Activity Zone and allows for fly camping, fishing, camel and horseback safaris for the intrepid visitor. Other attractions include the Adamson’s Falls, fishing plus boating on Tana River and visiting Kampi ya Simba – former home of Joy and George Adamson and the grave of Elsa the lioness.

Key features


Due to the fact that Mwingi national reserve is bordered by other reserves, it is frequently visited by different animals from the neighboring parks. Animals that are found in Mwingi national reserve include Caracals, elephants, hippos, leopards, lions and several antelope species among others.