Lumo Community Wildlife Sanctuary/Lumo Conservancy
Sometimes referred to as the Lumo Conservancy, The Lumo Community Wildlife Sanctuary covers an area of 46,000 hectares in the heart of the Tsavo Eco-system, in Taita Taveta district in southern Kenya. The sanctuary, wedged between Tsavo East and West National Parks and Taita Game Sanctuary, is a significant dispersal area for elephants and other species of animals and a migration corridor for the elephants.
Topography of Lumo Community Wildlife Sanctuary/Lumo Conservancy
The land surrounding Lumo consists of woody rolling savannah and remnants of highland tropical rainforest. The soil is very fertile, and, with good rainfall, farming is productive.
Wildlife Attraction in Lumo Community Wildlife Sanctuary/Lumo Conservancy
Lumo Community Wildlife Sanctuary/Lumo Conservancy has a rich variety of flora and fauna including elephant, buffalo, giraffe, aardvark and lion, and antelope such as the eland, oryx, dikdik and kongoni. It is also home to numerous birds. The habitat includes the Mwashoti, Mwakitau and Ndola Hills and Lion Rock, which is an important breeding site for lion.
Visiting Lumo Community Wildlife Sanctuary/Lumo Conservancy
The Lumo Conservancy can be visited as a circuit while visiting Ngutuni Game Sanctuary, Tsavo East National Park, Tsavo West National Park or the privately owned Taita Hills Saltlick Game Sanctuary