It’s a day trip safari originating from the Kenya coast beach resorts to Tsavo East National Park. Tour returns back to the Kenya coast resorts
Tsavo East National Park is 333 km south-east of Nairobi and 173 km north-west of Mombasa. Its relative closeness to the beaches and tourist attractions around Malindi and Mombasa make it an ideal One-day wildlife safari destination for those who do not want to stay overnight.
Tsavo East National Park is a natural area of flat, dry plains, with thorny bushes and swampy marshland near the river. It is teeming with diverse Kenyan animals including large families of giraffes, gazelles, hartebeests, and zebras, as well as the “Big Five” must-see animals – buffalo, African elephants, lions, rhinos and leopards.
1Day Safari – Tsavo East National Park
Kenya’s oldest and largest National Park and one of the world’s leading biodiversity strongholds, large herds of Elephants glowing red after dust baths with laterite soil and bushy grassland
Depart from hotel at in the morning (5:00Am) and drive Tsavo East National Park. On arrival enter the park via Bachuma gate and begin your morning game drive enroute to Voi Safari Lodge for lunch. After lunch, continue with game drives at Tsavo East which is one of Kenya’s oldest and largest National Parks covering an area of 12,000 sq km. This vast park lies in low semi-arid country at the eastern edge of the inland plateau, north of the main Mombasa-Nairobi road and railway. Much of the park is level, open country with scattered rocky ridges and outcrops.
Due to its size, the park is one of the world’s wildlife and biodiversity strongholds. The Yatta plateau, a long, flat topped lava ridge, runs along the western boundary of the park its about 290 km long and is one of the world’s longest lava flows beneath it flows the There are scattered seasonal pools, swamps and dams but relatively few sources of permanent water. One of the great spectacles of the park is the Mudanda rock a 1 & ½ km long outcrop it is a water catchment area and supplies a natural dam at its base. In the dry season, hundreds of elephants come to drink and bathe here. Attractions include large herds of elephants and other wildlife, popular legend of Tsavo “The man-eaters of Tsavo”, Aruba Dam built in 1952 across the Voi River attracting many animals and water birds. In the late afternoon exit the park and return back to your hotel. Drop off at your beach hotel.
Drinks, Tipping, Cultural visits to Maasai village, Personal effects Kenya Visas Hotel accommodation in Mombasa before and after the safari and transfers.
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