Tsavo East National Park is one of the world's largest game reserves, providing vast numbers of animals including red elephant, Rhino, buffalo, lion, leopard, pods of hippo, crocodile, waterbucks, lesser Kudu, gerenuk there are also lots of different kinds of birds found in Tsavo more than 500 recorded species. Tsavo West is full of a wide variety of vegetation, including grasslands, acacia vegetation, open plains, and savannah. The park is best known for Mzima Springs, the Ngulia Rhino Sanctuary, the lava landscape and the ability to climb mountains. You will have a chance to see a variety of wildlife such as eastern black rhinoceros , Hippopotamus, Cape buffalo , Elephant , Leopard, Lion, and other small animals such as the Bush baby, Hartebeest , Lesser kudu and Masai Giraffe.
DAY 1: NAIROBI – TSAVO EAST NATIONAL PARK
07:00hrs Pick up from a central place, depart Nairobi and drive to Tsavo East National park. Game drive en-route to your camp/lodge arriving in time for lunch. Check in, have lunch and relax. In the evening, proceed for game drive in search of wildlife. The park is renowned for its large numbers of elephants and the famous man eating lions. In 1898, as many as 135 railway workers were attacked and killed by man-eating lions. A variety of animals can be seen in the park such as lions, leopard, cheetah, zebras, giraffes, serval, antelopes, kongoni, lesser kudu, Oryx, klipspringer, impala, stripped hyena, ostriches, gazelles, buffalos, elephants and many more. Variety of migratory and native birds are seen. Dinner and overnight at the camp/lodge.
DAY 2: TSAVO EAST – TSAVO WEST NATIONAL PARK
After an early breakfast leave Tsavo East for Tsavo West with picnic lunch. Enjoy a full day game drive. Tsavo West is best known for the Ngulia Rhino Sanctuary, Mzima Springs, the lava landscape and the ability to climb mountains. Ngulia Rhino Sanctuary is a fenced area where Tsavo’s growing population of endangered black rhino are protected. The security offered by fenced sanctuaries allows rhinos to live and reproduce without the constant threat of poaching. Mzima Springs are fed daily by 250 million liters of water gushing from the chyulu hills provide an oasis of green, an underwater hippo viewing chamber, two nature trials and some unique picnic spots. The molten lava that forms the shetani lava flow spewed from the earth just some years ago and it fiery furry was thought by the local people to be the work of devil, hence its name, which means devil in Swahili.
Dinner and overnight at the Camp/Lodge.
DAY 3: TSAVO NATIONAL PARK-NAIROBI
Breakfast at the Camp/Lodge. Depart for Nairobi arriving late afternoon. Lunch en-route (own cost). On arrival drop of at your hotel or Airport.
The safari includes:
- Accommodation on FB basis
- Transport in a safari van with pop up roof
- Services of a professional English speaking driver guide
- Park entry fees
- Game drives
- Mineral water on safari.
- Personal expenses
- Travel Insurance