Ecology Programmes

The Wildlife Clubs of Kenya guides and creates the right environment for young conservationists to learn about wildlife and environment in an easy and effective way. The ecology programmes involve schools visiting various conservation sites in an area. This gives an opportunity for the school youth to get a first-hand chance to learn about nature. It also helps to instill a sense of responsibility and positive attitudes amongst the youth in nature conservation. The Wildlife Clubs of Kenya has a bus that runs ecology program to interested schools. The Nairobi Ecology Program takes schools to the Mokoyeti nature Trail, Giraffe center, Nairobi National park, animal orphanage, safari walk, David Sheldricks elephant orphanage, museums, snake park and other sites. In Mombasa it includes the Marine ecology, Haller Park, Fort Jesus, marine parks, Old town, Vaso da Gama, amongst other areas. Contact our respective regional offices for an insight of the ecology programmes they offer.

The Nairobi ecology takes schools to the Mokoyeti nature Trail, Giraffe center, Nairobi National park, animal orphanage, safari walk, David Sheldricks elephant orphanage, museums, snake park and other sites. Visitors have a chance of visit these areas while staying at the WCK hostels in Lang’tata

Staying at the WCK hostel and guest house inside Lake Nakuru national Park visitors have a chance of visiting various attraction and conservation sites in he floor of the rift valley at a close proximity. Areas that can be visited include the Lake nakuru National park, MenengaiCrator, Hyrax hill, Lake baringo, Lake Bogoria, Thomsons Falls, Lake Naivasha, Hells Gate National Park, Kariandusi amongst other sites.

Discover the Mt Kenya wildlife treasure while visiting our Meru Offices. The offices are located next to the KWS campsite in the Imenti forest. Nearby areas to be visited include Meru National Park, Kora National Reserve, Mt Kenya National Park, the Imenti forest, Lewa Conservancy, Samburu National reserve, Meru National Park, Kora national Reserve, Mt Kenya National Park and many other conservancies in Laikipia

While staying at our hostel and guest houses in Mombasa visitors have a wonderful opportunity of participating in the coastal ecology program. It includes the Marine ecology where visitors have a wonderful opportunity of using the glass bottomed boat to sample the marine life in various marine parks at the coast. Other sites visited include the Haller Park, Fort Jesus,Old town, Vasco da Gama, amongst other areas. Contact our respective regional offices for an insight of the ecology programmes they offer.

Our facilities are located next to the Impala National Park. While here access the largest fresh water ecosystem; Lake Victoria and its beaches not forgetting the Impala National Park which is next door. Ruma National Park the home for the roan antelopes can also be reached. Kakamega forest, the famous Kit mikai, Kisumu city and other interesting sites are easily accessible.