Kuti is a small community wildlife reserve in Malawi near Salima, only 20 minutes away from the beautiful Lake Malawi. Kuti aims to protect the wild animals and their habitat by working closely together with local communities. Kuti came under new management in 2012 and is working hard to develop responsible tourism as well as sustainable wildlife conservation, environmental education and community outreach programmes. Thanks to Kuti’s diverse habitat the reserve has a wide variety of wildlife including Zebra, Sable antelope, Wildebeest, Kudu, Waterbuck, Impala, Giraffe and many different kinds of birds.
A number of surveys are currently being set up in order to gain more insight in species diversity and population numbers, from which a wildlife management plan can be developed.