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Where to go, what to do while in Kenya.


Branded the “Theatre of the wild”, the Tsavo East National Park was established in 1948 and comfortably sits on an area 13,747 sq km.

Jointly, Tsavo East and Tsavo West cover 4% of Kenya’s total land area and undoubtedly forms one of the largest game parks in the entire world.

It is found on the east of the Nairobi – Mombasa highway in Taita Taveta. The park holds archeological history of the middle and late Stone Age. It also boasts of the longest lava flow in the world at 300km


  • A variety of wildlife such as elephants, hippo, leopards, crocodiles, lesser kudu and Gerenuk.
  • The Yatta platue
  • Rivers i.e. The Galana
  • Falls i.e. Lugard
  • Rocks
  • Dams such as the Aruba dam
  • Over 500 recorded species of birds

Activities to do while at Tsavo; site watching, game viewing, bird watching and camping.