KIPWA is currently home to Nile crocodiles, ostrich, vervet monkeys, Sykes monkeys, leopard tortoise and monitor lizards. You are likely to come across a family of Warthogs as you take a nature walk. It is also home to numerous bird species.
Accommodation is offered at the executive KIPWA Ecolodge which sleeps 6, and comprises of three self-contained cosy bedrooms, bar, lounge, open air restaurant, and an infinity swimming pool with a panoramic view of massive volcanic rocks.
Sustainable land practices including biological control of pests and weeds, importance of plants in nitrogen fixation in the soil, minimum soil disturbance, crop rotation and permanent soil cover are educated to the visitors. Visitors also are exposed to a number of activities.
At 300Km, Yatta Plateau is the world’s longest and oldest fossilized lava flow made up of phonolite lava, which is between 10 and 14 million years old.
Kipwa is a private get-away, ideal for weekend retreats. Located to the east of Kenya in a unique semi-arid eco-system. A breath-taking site of massive volcanic rocks welcomes you to the premises.