Tsavo East National Park
Tsavo East National Park is one of the oldest and largest parks in Kenya at 13747 km2. It is situated in a semi-arid area in the coastal region. It is famous for large herds of red-dusted elephants which like rolling on the red dusty soil.
Tsavo East national park is drained by two rivers the Tsavo River and the Athi River. The two rivers join together forming a large famous Galana River.
It provides undeveloped wilderness homes to vast numbers of animals. Famous are the Tsavo lions, a population whose adult males often lack manes entirely.
The Yatta plateau is a key destination in Tsavo East National Park and the park hosts a large number of permanent resident animals that include the big five 9 lions, leopards, buffalo, elephant, rhinos), hippos, crocodiles, gerenuk, zebras, waterbucks and many more.
The park is ideal in game drives, bird watching, nature walks and photographic safaris.