TSAVO EAST AND TSAVO WEST
The park is named after river Tsavo and has been divided into Tsavo East and Tsavo West. Tsavo East is one of the oldest and largest parks in Kenya, but because of its relatively flat landscape, many tourists prefer to go to Tsavo West. The two parks are divided by one of East Africa’s major transport arteries: Mombasa Road. Recently, the railway has also become part of this. If you take that train from Nairobi to Mombasa, for example, you will also spot elephants and other wildlife from the train. Something you’re going to want to experience!
TSAVO NOT FOR YOU? TRY LUMO CONSERVANCY!
Want to do something a little more off the beaten track? Why not pay a visit to the Lumo Conservancy. Located on the border of Tsavo West Park, and founded in 1997 the park is chock-full of wildlife. The landscape boasts expansive savanna and is breathtakingly beautiful. Here you’ll also have a view over the Taita Hills and Mount Kilimanjaro. There is a bonus! As the safari is in a conservancy, there are slightly more flexible rules. You are not bound by specific opening and closing times. For example, experience a guided night safari with a qualified ranger. The community is well taken care of with great infrastructure, education, and health care thanks to the scholarships that come from the conservancy money. Our type of safari!