Tsavo National Park (East & West)

Tsavo National Park (East & West)

Your Accommodation Options in Tsavo National Park

Tsavo was opened in 1948 as the first of Kenya's wildlife reserves. Located halfway between Nairobi and Mombasa, the park is divided into two sections, West (“Land of Lava, Springs and Man-eaters”) and East Tsavo National Parks. Together with adjacent Chyulu Hills National Park, they cover an area of 8,217 square miles. Considered one of the world's premier bio-diverse microcosms, Tsavo is the largest park in Kenya. The alternately hilly, rocky and flat landscape is dotted with giant baobab trees and the desert rose. Along the riverbanks you find a thriving animal population in and around the acacias and raffia palms. This area is famous as the home of the 'red' elephants - colored by the park's red dust. Game here is quite varied including ostrich, gazelle, giraffe and zebra accompanied by the predatory cats, as well as 500 species of birds.

Suggested Travel Spots

Aruba Ashnil
Ashnil Aruba Lodge is situated in the heart of Tsavo East on the shaded northern bank of the Voi River looking across the Aruba dam.
Kilaguni Safari Serena Safari Lodge

Kilanguni Safari Serena Safari Lodge, taking its name from a Kamba word meaning 'young rhino', the lodge is situated in the middle of the world-renowned Tsavo National Park - an area covering over 20,720 square kilometers and has a huge population of elephants.
Satao Camp

Satao Camp definitely takes guests back to the classical 'Out of Africa' safari with green canvas tents, bush style showers and personal and friendly service and gives one a true 'Old African' experience.
Voyager Safari Lodge

Voyager Ziwani offers a tranquil retreat in one of the wildest places left on Earth and with spectacular views of the mystical Mount Kilimanjaro.

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