As Kenya’s national wildlife conservation agency, our central mandate is to ensure effective conservation, protection and management of wildlife in accordance with the Wildlife Conservation and Management Act, 2013 which provides an opportunity for a paradigm shift in conservation strategies and approaches. As a result of the wide distribution of wildlife across the country and the multiple jurisdictional responsibilities involved, KWS focuses on protected areas and other sites of primary biological importance. The wide network of protected areas is shown in the prospectus on page 4.
Further, we recognise our visitors as important partners in conservation. We will therefore work to ensure that every visitor’s experience to our parks is one to remember for a lifetime. We commit ourselves to ensuring that every interaction with communities and individuals is one which leaves them with a sense of pride, inclusion, ownership and that makes them valuable contributors to wildlife conservation.
KWS wishes to invite private investors and developers to lease, develop and manage tourism facilities such as eco-lodges, tented camps and recreation areas at various locations in KWS national Parks.
To invest with us, kindly click on the prospectus below for detailed information.