A Guide To Mugie Wildlife Conservancy
Mugie Wildlife Conservancy conservancy main aim is to preserve and increase the population of critically endangered Grevys zebra and Jacksons Hartebeests. Through the conservation of the delicate ecosystem, the sanctuary has boosted populations of lion, oryx, elephant, giraffe, cape buffalo, eland, as well as over two hundred unique bird species.
Mutamaiyu House – Heaven on a hill
Guests staying on Mugie look out over their personal wilderness from Mutamaiyu House built to take advantage of the spectacular views. With its beautiful architecture, well kept grounds and cliff-top swimming pool, it offers tranquil luxury in the heart of Africa.
In 2009 the third largest private dam in Kenya was completed on Mugie. Holding a staggering 1.3 billion litres of water, the lake offers an oasis for over two hundred unique bird species, fish and wildlife.
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Mutamaiyu House has been nominated in the 2012 Safari Awards for the Best Safari House in Africa and the Best Safari Property and Best Ecological Safari Property in East Africa.
Mugie Wildlife Conservancy Contacts
Attraction Type: Wildlife
Category: Wildlife Conservancy, Birding Site, Animal Sanctuary
Region: North Rift
City / Town: Rumuruti
Telephone: 254 20 232 6170
Entrance Fee: Yes