Tsavo National Park

Tsavo National Park is located South East of Nairobi city, halfway between Nairobi and Mombasa, and ranks among the top Kenya safari destinations in the country. 

The expansive landscape of the Tsavo National park makes it one of the world's most-diverse natural safari destinations. Tsavo East National Park and Tsavo West National Park form the greater Tsavo ecosystem. The Nairobi-Mombasa highway cuts through the park.
A visit to either Tsavo East National Park or the Tsavo West National park will make your Kenya safari a memorable experience. 

Tsavo East National park

Tsavo East National Park covers an area of 13,747 km2 and is larger than the Tsavo West National Park. Its expansive lands cover breathtaking natural scenery and numerous species of wildlife and birds. 

Tsavo West National Park

Tsavo West National Park covers an area of 9,065 km2 and is highly frequented by visitors throughout the year. Tsavo West National Park is the source of the Mzima Springs, which refreshes the expansive landscape of the park. Water tapped from the Mzima Springs is also an important source of water for the coastal region of Mombasa.
Attractions in Tsavo West National Park include animals ('maneless' lions, Buffalo, Masai Giraffe, Elephant, Leopard, Hippo and Rhinoceros) and birds (migratory and endemic bird species). The park is known for the historic man-eating lions that roamed the park and reigned terror on construction workers during the construction of the railway line across the park.  The park's expansive landscape translates to a tranquil environment for the breeding and dwelling of both animals and birds.


Book a Tsavo National Park safari

You can embark on a photography safari in the Tsavo West National park, where the extensive landscape presents an unrivalled opportunity for natural scenery and landscapes. Your tour of the park is best combined with destinations along the same safari circuit, including the Shimba Hills Reserve, Arabuko Sokoke forest, Chyulu Hills National park, Mombasa, Wasini and Kisite Mpunguti National park and Reserve.

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