Kulalu wildlife Ranch is located 110km west of the coastal towns of Malindi and Watamu (2 hours drive away). Kulalu wildlife Ranch has an unfenced border with Tsavo East National Park. Kulalu Camp sits high on the banks of the Galana River in this pristine Wilderness of Kulalu Ranch.
The camp consists of five large tents, all with twin/double beds and ensuite bathrooms with stunning views of the river and the Lali Hills. The eco-friendly Kulalu safari camp is powered by solar panels and consists of five large tents, one double (which can also be used as a family tent with an adjoining section) and four twins each with en-suite toilet and safari shower. Kulalu camp has a large semi-permanent makuti (palm thatch) house which serves as the mess and also provides a safe and comfortable place to watch the game and bird activity along the river or to enjoy a cool drink in the hot afternoons.
Culinary experience at the Kulalu Safari Camp is a mixture of the traditional country farm house produce with roasted meat or soups to a Mediterranean influence. All meals at the Kulalu Safari Camp are prepared in a traditionally styled mobile camp kitchen using a safari oven (a large metal box buried in a larger pile of glowing embers).
Dinning Tent (mess) at the Kulalu Safari camp with a view of the Galana river where wildlife come to drink and frolick
Game viewing on Kulalu Ranch can be very rewarding with a chance to see Elephant, buffalo, lion and many different species of Plains Game. If you are lucky, cheetah, leopard or even the rare cape hunting dog can be seen. The bird watching is of world renown, and when coupled with the stunning views, this large expanses of African wilderness gives a beautiful back drop to an African sunset.
Elephants at the Galana river viewed from Kulalu Camp