Tsavo is the largest national park in Kenya at 22,000km Square as well as one of the largest in the world. This park was divided due to the railway going from Mombasa to the interior of Kenya. Tsavo East is the larger of the two parks wild in nature and character with easier game viewing due to the flat, dry grassy plains. One of Kenya’s largest rivers, The Galana River flows through the park and juxtaposes against the savannah with crocodile’s hippos, waterbucks and Somali ostriches dotting the flow. The park has over 500 bird species and predators such as lions, leopards and cheetahs.

Tsavo West is the more dramatic of the two parks with diversity in landscapes ranging from swamps and springs to mountainous terrain. This park is known for its birdlife and large mammals such as black rhino, leopard, hippo and Masai lion with regular smaller suspects of giraffe, lesser kudu, bush baby and gazelles. The Shetani Lava Flows and Mzima Springs are points of interest within the park amongst many natural landmarks and lookout points for maximum game viewing.