3 Days Tsavo East & Tsavo West Safari

Alicante, Spain

3 Days Tsavo East & Tsavo West Safari

per person

Leopard, Buffalo, Elephant, Giraffe, Zebra, Lion, Wild dogs, Mongoose, Lesser Kudu, Hyrax, Rhino, nocturnal porcupine, Cheetah, Lion, Plain game, Dik-dik, antelope, prolific birdlife feature and among other species. The Mzima springs and underwater hippo and fish, Rhino Sanctuary, Masai country ,culture and lifestyles, Views of Mt Kilimanjaro – “Africa’s highest mountain”. Tsavo East is the park where you can see the infamous “Man-Eaters of Tsavo”

  • Departure
    Tsavo East/West
  • Departure Time
    Approximately 0800hrs
  • Dress Code
    Casual. Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat, light jacket.
  • Included
    Airport Transfers
    Departure Taxes
    Personal Guide
  • Not Included
    5 Star Accommodation
    Entry Fees
    Sight seeing
Day 01: Nairobi – Tsavo East.
Picked up from your hotel/airport 0800hrs and drive to Tsavo East national park arriving in time for lunch. Afternoon game drive in this park which covers approximately forty percent of the total area of all Kenya’s National Parks. It is one of the world’s leading biodiversity strongholds, and is renowned for its large numbers of elephants and the famous man eating lions and Aruba dam. Accommodation at camp/Lodge of choice.
Day 02: Tsavo East – Tsavo West.
Breakfast at 0700hrs then proceed for morning game drive then depart for Tsavo West. Lunch at camp/lodge. Afternoon game drives with a visit to the Rhino sanctuary. Accommodation at camp/Lodge.
Day 03: Tsavo West – Nairobi.
Early morning breakfast game drive with a visit to Mzima springs – the most iconic attraction in this park. The crystal-clear water of this chain of lakes is filtered through the volcanic rocks of the Chyulu Hills just to the north. Shaded by majestic fig and acacia trees, the lakes swarm with fish, large crocodiles and some big pods of hippos. You can take a walk and follow a pretty nature trail – though you need to keep an eye out for large animals, especially early in the morning or before dusk. If you’re lucky, the underwater viewing chamber, accessed by a pier, can provide unique photo opportunities – of a sinuous, gliding crocodile, or the delicate, tiptoe, swimming-walking style of a hippo. After breakfast depart Tsavo West for drive back to Nairobi.


History of the City

Tsavo National Park, national park, southeastern Kenya, east of Mount Kilimanjaro. The largest (8,036 square miles [20,812 square km]) of Kenya’s national parks, it was established in 1948. Later that year, for administrative purposes, the park was divided into two smaller units: Tsavo East and Tsavo West. Drained by the Tsavo and Galana rivers, and the Tiva River in the north, the park comprises semiarid plains covered by dormant vegetation (which bursts into luxuriant bloom after a light rain) and acacia and baobab trees. Tsavo East is relatively flat, while Tsavo West is volcanic and dotted with springs and water holes. Wildlife includes elephants, as well as lions, rhinoceroses, buffalo, hippopotamuses, hartebeests and several other species of antelope, and hundreds of species of birds. Poaching, particularly for rhinoceroses and elephants, and brush fires are constant problems. Tsavo East and Tsavo West are separated by the Nairobi-Mombasa highway and railway line.
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