Tsavo West

  • A great wilderness destination where you can see large herds of elephants congregating at the waterhole
  • Vast and uninhabited with low wildlife density but with a good variety of animals including; the lesser kudu and the rare fringe-eared oryx
  • Home to the legendary ‘man-eaters’ of Tsavo whose shaggy-maned descendants now roam the land
  • Attractions include Mzima Springs – an extraordinary oasis in a sea of red dust, and the 8km long dramatic Shetani (devil) lava flow, as well as the Shetani caves


Tsavo East

  • This is Kenya’s largest Park with an ancient primordial charm
  • Location of the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust’s elephant reintegration unit
  • Vast expanses of arid landscape, little or no tourist traffic, bringing to mind the safaris of yore
  • Visit Lugard Falls along the Galana River