Tsavo East National Park is Kenya’s largest conservation area. Together with the neighboring twin park of Tsavo West, it is even listed as number three of Africa’s mega parks! Many people underrate Tsavo East, simply because they are not aware of its wild, unknown north, an unspoiled paradise for explorers in search of absolute serenity. Most guests visit the south of the reserve near Voi, where the better tourism infrastructure is found. . Accompany us on our safari through the park of indefinite vastness and follow untamed Athi River into the heartland of the famous Red Elephants! Experience exceptional animal encounters and infinite vastness. Discover both faces of Tsavo East, the mild – and the wild!

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Roads: the park Mtito Andei Gates is 233 km South of Nairobi and 250 km North of Mombasa on the main Nairobi- Mombasa Road. Distance Nairobi-Mtito Andei: 233 km – Mtito Andei-Voi: 96 km – Voi-Mombasa: 153 km. From Malindi, take the western road (C103) and enter in the park via Sala gate.

Airstrips:  Voi, Aruba, Satao, Sala, Ithumba, Sangayaya, Mopeo, Bachuma, Cottars

 

 

PARK GATES:

  • – Mtito Andei
  • – Voi
  • – Buchuma
  • – Manyani
  • – Ithumba
  • – Sala

MAJOR ATTRACTIONS

  • Elephant in Eden– The sight of dust-red elephant wallowing, rolling and spraying each other with the midnight blue waters of palm-shaded Galana River is one of the most evocative images of Africa
  • Aruba Dam– The beautiful Aruba dam located on the north bank of the seasonal Voi River, is visited by thousands of animals and a great game viewing destination
  • Mudanda Rock– This whale –backed Rock towers above a natural dam, which acts as a draw to thousands of Elephants
  • The longest lava flow in the world– at 300 kilometers in length, the heat shimmering edge of yatta plateau is the longest lava flow in the world and an ornithological paradise that attract migrating birds from all over the world.
  • Lugards Falls– Named after Captain Lugard, the first proconsul to East Africa, the falls feature bizarrely eroded rocks through which the waters of the Galana River plunge into foaming rapids and crocodile –infested pools