SIX opportunities to learn about
the WW1 action in Taita Taveta
Hosted by Lions Bluff Lodge and Mr James Willson
The only East African Member of the International Guild of Battlefield Guides.
This is the centenary year commemorating the start of WW1. We are offering you SIX opportunities
to learn about the WW1 action in Taita Taveta county while enjoying the LUMO Community Wildlife Sanctuary.
For those that wish we arrange transport to and from coast. Min 4 pax Max 12 pax
Residents and non residents treated the same! All welcome. World War 1 trip dates.
1) May: 28;29;30th. 2) June: 13;14 and 15th. 3) July: 4;5 and 6th. FULL. 3) July 24;25;26. 4) August 27;28;29. 5)
September 5;6;7. 6) September 22;23;24. 7)October 22;23;24. 8) October 31;November 1;2. 9) December 6;7;8.
Latest Photos (click the photos to see larger versions on our Facebook page)
David celebrates our 10,000th guest, Petra from Diani,
with a glass of bubbly!
Bush walk to a champagne bush breakfast,
a bit of game viewing from the room and
the car and then the African sunset.
August 2012 -Leopard cubs We have been privileged to have been watching the 3 cubs and 2 parents for 3 weeks now. So they are likely to be less than 2 months.They are seen most days!
April 2012 - Leopards mating at Lion Rock.
Thanks to Michael John for the photo.
February half term 2012
February 2012 game drives
17th February 2012
Bushbuckjust 5 metres from Lions Bluff reception
15th February 2012
This month old elephant was rescued and flown to the Sheldrick trust elephant orphanage on Sunday. The Elephant named "LUMO" is now doing well.
We have so many Elephant back in the sanctuary and a huge number of young.
If you are an Elephant lover then just come and stay in our Elephant paradise!
(Unfortunately Lumo didn't survive. Elephants are family animals and can literaly die of sadness)
2nd Feb 2012
Early morning game drive
21st January 2012
Another amazing spot.
Christmas and New Year 2011
Lots of lovely ellies everywhere - plenty of babies too! Lions, kudu, buffalo, zebra...
plenty of game all round!
Wandering helplessly this little warthog was rescued by one of our rangers.
His family were nowhere to be seen
Here we see piglet recovering from his first meal of warmed diluted cows milk.
15/12/2011 Jonathan Mwachongo. joins the Lions Bluff team. A trained ornithologist who will guide walks and drives.
Eye Go Game Spotting
Annual Fundraiser for kwale District Eye Centre
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And a lovely view of Lions Bluff
Feeding the birds
Lions in the sunlight
Kudu and zebra
More great scenes from LIons Bluff
More lions at the bluff
10/6/2011 Part of a pride of 20 lion in the LUMO Community Wildlife Sanctuary today!
Lions near the bluff
4/6/2011 Did you know that it is considered good luck to touch a tortoise?
A whole host of First World War history
Stunning views of Kilimanjaro
Views of Lions Bluff
Birds of Lions Bluff
More Mammals of LIons Bluff
Mammals of Lions Bluff
The view with a lodge
On my way to work in the eye clinic from The Bluff I always admired this beautiful Commiphora Riperia on Taita Hills Salt Lick Sanctuary.
I had often thought that, as well as planting seedlings, we should try to rescue trees tipped over by elephant.
When I saw that my favourite tree had suffered exactly this fate I enlisted the ever-helpful Sarova Team and, together, we pulled the tree back up.
It remains to be seen whether the Commiphora will recover.
Click these photos for an album of photos about World War One History artifacts in the Lions Bluff area.
21/4/2011 Feeding the birds
Birds of Lions Bluff.
Click the photos for a wonderful album of birds seen at Lions Bluff.
Sophie and Alice love the elephants.
Sophie and Alice enjoy a safari at the Bluff.
a fabulous view of the highest free standing mountain in the world- the majestic Mt Kilimanjaro
Click this photo for a wonderful album of photographs taken by Elfried Tychsen on her latest trip to Lions Bluff
After another stunning African sunset we head home to Lions Bluff
Superb starlings, white headed buffalo weavers, red billed hornbills, red billed buffalo weavers will all take food from your hand!