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Tsavo East National Park is one of Kenya’s oldest and largest parks established in 1948 eating up the 13,474 square kilometer land in a semi-arid area formally known as Taru desert in close proximity to Voi town. It is bisected from Tsavo West National Park by a road and a railway line. These parks were named after the Tsavo River which flows from west to east with Chyulu Hills National Park bordering it and Tanzania’s Mkomazi Game Reserve.
The Park harbors most of the larger mammals like the red dusted elephant, Rhino, buffalo, lion, Leopard, Hippos, Crocodile, Waterbucks, Lesser Kudu, Gerenuk and Hirola making one of the big 5 destinations in Kenya and Africa.
The prolific bird life here features at least 500 recorded species that give the birders a great birding and photographic experience. These bird species include the martial eagle, chestnut-headed sparrow-lark, black faced sand grouse, white bellied bustard and golden pipit among others.
Activities in Tsavo East National Park
- Game viewing
Game drives are organized for the visitors to explore the park’s game like the red dusted elephant, Rhino, buffalo, lion, Leopard, Hippos and Crocodile. Predators like the lion and leopards are hard to spot so nocturnal game drives are organized for visitors to stand a chance of spotting them.
A part from game drives, birding is another awakening activity in this park where bird lovers look out for several of the bird species in existence and as they do, photography a must for a great memorable experience. Birds like the martial eagle, chestnut-headed sparrow-lark, black faced sand grouse, white bellied bustard and golden pipit among others will definitely leave you wanting for more visits here.
- Trekking and Nature walks
Primates like monkeys and baboons will make your trekking experience a beautiful one and Visitors can also take nature walks along the Galana River, the seasonal Voi River and other designated areas in the company of a game ranger.
After participating in your daily activities in the park, you will choose from the several of the camps for your relaxation, refreshment and overnight. Some of the notable camps include the Satao Camp, Galdessa Camp, Mashariki Camp, Crocodile Camp and Turtle Bay Safari Camp among others.
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