Tsavo West National park and Tsavo East National Park were once a single mega-park, they were separated decades ago, along a line coinciding with the Mombasa highway – and they feel like quite distinct national parks with different eco-systems: the open, flat-to-undulating plains and scattered bush of Tsavo East National Park and the much more wooded, hilly landscapes, dotted with volcanic cones and dramatic, black lava flows, that characterize Tsavo West National Park.

The rugged landscape of Tsavo West is the result of both old and more recent volcanic activity. The park consists of savannah interspersed with open plains, grassland, savannah, mountains, semi-desert, cliffs, and volcanic ridges. 

The Ngulia Hills even reach up to 1830 m altitude. Because these heights there are several places with great vantage points. Tsavo West is best known for Mzima Springs, the Ngulia Rhino Sanctuary, the lava landscape and the ability to climb mountains. In the rainy season, the park turns into a green Landscape



VOI WILDLIFE LODGE It is located on the boundary of Tsavo east national park offering spectacular view of the nearby volcanic features, African savannah grasslands and natural breathtaking views of Tsavo national park. one of the largest parks in Kenya.it is roughly a 4 hour drive from Nairobi and 2 hour drive from Mombasa and […]


FINCH HATTONS. Finch Hattons is in Tsavo West National Park near Chyulu hills. It is one of the luxurious tented camp in Tsavo West National Park. From Nairobi to the camp it is around 7 hours’ drive and from Mombasa is it around 6 hours’ drive depenTding with the traffic in the highway it may […]


Kilaguni Serena lodge is in Tsavo West National Park on a ridge making you be able to view Chyulu hills at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro. It is roughly 280 kms from Nairobi and it can take approximately 5 hours to drive to the lodge. From Mombasa it takes approximately 4 hours to drive there. […]


Ngulia safari lodge is in Tsavo West National Park and is roughly 260 kms from Nairobi and can be accessed through Mtito Andei Gate. It is roughly 250 kms from Mombasa and can be accessed through Tsavo River Gate. The lodge is just below Ngulia Hills on the Ndawe Escarpments in Tsavo west. The lodge has 52 […]


RHINO VALLEY LODGE Set against the backdrop of the rugged but scenic Ngulia Hills, Rhino Valley Lodge offers the most idyllic view of the pristine Tsavo West National Park, which teams with nature’s wildlife – the lion, buffalo, elephant, cheetah, leopard, hippo, rhino and thousands of savannah wildlife. These can be viewed all year round […]


Severin Safari Camp is located in Tsavo West National Park, approximately 250km from Mombasa and Nairobi. In Tsavo West National Park it is located near mzima springs, Tsavo river and Tsavo West volcanic landscapes. From Mtito Andei gate it takes roughly 40 minutes’ drive and there is an airstrip 25 minutes away. The camp offers 27 […]


VOYAGER ZIWANI CAMP is situated in one of the World’s largest parks, the Tsavo National Park, it is roughly 160 km from Mombasa and 330km from Nairobi. This lodge is inside Tsavo east National Park and it has a man made water hole which is frequently visited by wild animals and you can walk inside […]

Kenya is one of the most popular safari destinations in the world, and for good reason. The country is home to an incredible variety of wildlife, from lions and elephants to zebras and giraffes.

There are a number of different safari tours to choose from in Kenya, so you can tailor your trip to your interests and budget. If you’re looking for a budget-friendly option, you can go on a camping safari. Camping safaris are a great way to get up close and personal with the wildlife, and they’re also a great way to experience the African bush. If you’re looking for a more luxurious experience, you can go on a lodge safari. Lodge safaris offer comfortable accommodations and excellent food, and they’re a great way to see the best of what Kenya has to offer.

No matter what type of safari you choose, you’re sure to have an unforgettable experience in Kenya. Here are some of the things you can expect on a Kenya safari:

  • See the Big Five: The Big Five are the lions, elephants, leopards, rhinos, and buffaloes. These are the most iconic animals in Africa, and you’re sure to see them on a Kenya safari.
  • Go on game drives: Game drives are the most popular way to see the wildlife in Kenya. You’ll drive through the national parks and reserves in an open-topped vehicle, giving you the best possible view of the animals.
  • Go on a walking safari: Walking safaris are a great way to get up close and personal with the wildlife. You’ll walk through the bush with a guide, who will help you spot the animals.
  • Go on a bird watching safari: Kenya is home to over 1,000 species of birds, making it a great destination for bird watchers. You can go on a bird watching safari to see a variety of different birds, including eagles, hawks, and owls.
  • Go on a cultural safari: Kenya is home to a number of different tribes, each with its own unique culture. You can go on a cultural safari to learn about the different tribes and their cultures.

If you’re looking for an unforgettable safari experience, Kenya is the perfect destination. With its incredible wildlife, stunning scenery, and rich culture, Kenya has something to offer everyone. Our Reviews

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