Tsavo East National Park, being established in 1948, is the largest national park in Kenya which covers around 11,750 KM2. Long before its formation, mane-less male lions attacked and killed more than a hundred railway workers who were building Kenya Uganda railway from Mombasa. Tsavo East National Park is inhabited by huge families of Gazelles, Buffaloes, Elephants, Lions, Rhinos, Leopards, Zebras among other wild cats and bird-life. The area is dry covered with thorny bushes and swamps that sustain the life of the wildlife found there.
Note: Distance from Nairobi to Tsavo East National Park is 330km and 170km from Mombasa
Some of our Safaris touching Tsavo East National Park are: