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I've been to a number of the parks in Kenya and Tsavo is always one of my favorites. I like it because it is more remote and, therefore, less crowded. You have much more of an opportunity to see and experience the wildlife and the...More
My partner and I visited this park with a guide for 1 day from Mombasa. The distance was about 110 km and roads were good. We saw a lot of animals, water buffalo, elephant, zebra, gazelle amongst other. The park wasn’t as busy as Masai...More
Spectacular landscapes, red roads, great animals! Each national park in Kenya is different and each one offers some special experience. This one have great views/landascapse, red soil, beautiful view of mountains at the horizon. I like the one over the Tsavo West.
We spent a whole day exploring the park and saw lots of wildlife. This included elephant, Waterbuck, Heartbeast, Warthog, two cheetah, two lioness and cub, Lilac-breasted Roller, Ostrich, Secretary bird, Shrike, Grant and several others. It was a really good day.
Saw the beautiful galana river, we managed to see a diverse of wildlife including the famous "big five" lion, rhino, Buffalo, elephant and leopard. The yatta plateau and lugard falls is another beautiful scenery to see. Enjoyed drinking the mzima springs cool clean water. It's...More
I first visited Tsavo East National Park in 2006 and have been back almost every year since. A fantastic place teaming with wildlife and a paradise for bird lovers, with over 450 species of bird. Elephants abound and the sound of lions roaring their challenges...More
Not only is Tsavo East the largest park in Kenya, it actually offers everything you would want from a safari. Despite the comparison with it's fancied brother - The Mara, we saw all the Big 5s during our 3 day stay. Especially luck to get...More
Use a reputable transport company. It's quite intimidating driving in Mombassa as the needy are prolific and quite determined. They need as much help as we can give but caution is advised. There are not too many direction... More
Use a reputable transport company. It's quite intimidating driving in Mombassa as the needy are prolific and quite determined. They need as much help as we can give but caution is advised. There are not too many direction signs heading north and passing junctions hidden by undergrowth is easy. A magnificent place however, it will surprise you. If you do hire a car get two spare wheels. Sharp objects on roads.