Tsavo National Park Kenya, Africa

Tsavo National Park, with its 22,000 square kilometers is the largest national park in Kenya and one of the biggest in the world. Thanks to its size it is divided to Tsavo West and Tsavo East. This place to visit is for people that are seeking for privacy and solitude and ofcourse to explore the wilderness of the Savannah.

Tsavo National Park Kenya

Tsavo National Park is close to Mombasa and this gives the option for going on a Safari for those who stay on the coast. Of course after the dusty Safari people can enjoy sunny beaches of Kenya.

dusty Safari

The West part of Tsavo National Park is covered with outcrops from rocks, cones from volcanic activities and lava flows. The most developed of Tsavo West is the northern part. There are lots of lodges and  sights to see.

The tourist attractions of the park are two waterholes, built by the lodges to more or less guarantee that their guests will be treated to fabulous game viewing.

Chaimu Crater and the Roaring Rocks viewpoint are one of the places to visit situated southeast of the Kilaguni Safari Lodge.

The other part of the National Park, Tsavo East, is more open as a savannah. The symbol here is the larger number of elephants and the big buffalo herds up to 1000 buffalos.

For some years now, only the southern part of the has been open to public, because the danger of poachers. If you are visitor there it is more likely to see dead elephant.

dead elephant

Tsavo National Park has some interesting places to visit, because of its geographic features the Lugard Falls and the Mzima Springs. You can walk to a large pool at Mzima, which is favorite place of hippos and crocodiles or maybe you prefer the underwater viewing chamber which gives the opportunity to see a lot of primordial fish.

Dennis M. Piper

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