Tsavo National Park

4 Days

Tsavo National Park Expedition

Tsavo National Park Expedition Overview

Embark on a thrilling 4-day expedition through the vast landscapes and diverse wildlife of Tsavo National Park. This adventure will take you deep into the heart of one of Kenya’s largest national parks, where you’ll encounter iconic wildlife, explore stunning scenery, and create lifelong memories.

Some things to look forward to on this trip!

  • Varied Wildlife: Tsavo National Park is home to a diverse array of wildlife, including elephants, lions, leopards, buffalos, giraffes, zebras, impalas, hippos, crocodiles, and a wide variety of bird species. The park provides excellent opportunities for game viewing and wildlife photography.
  • Scenic Landscapes: The park showcases a remarkable variety of landscapes, from expansive savannahs to rolling hills, volcanic cones, lava flows, and seasonal rivers. The contrasting terrain offers a captivating backdrop for wildlife encounters and scenic drives.
  • Mzima Springs: Located in Tsavo West, Mzima Springs is a series of natural springs that gush crystal-clear water from underground sources. It creates a lush oasis where hippos, crocodiles, fish, and birdlife thrive. Visitors can observe the underwater world through specially designed glass tanks.
  • Shetani Lava Flows: These ancient lava flows, remnants of volcanic activity, stretch for miles across Tsavo West. The black, hardened lava fields offer a unique and dramatic landscape to explore and photograph.
  • Roaring Rocks: The Roaring Rocks viewpoint in Tsavo West provides panoramic vistas of the park's vast plains and distant mountains. It offers a fantastic opportunity to soak in the breathtaking scenery and enjoy memorable sunsets.
  • Galana River: Cutting through Tsavo East, the Galana River is a lifeline for wildlife, attracting large concentrations of animals, including elephants and crocodiles. Game drives along the riverbanks offer fantastic wildlife encounters.
  • Yatta Plateau: Located in Tsavo East, the Yatta Plateau is the world's longest lava flow, stretching approximately 300 kilometers. It provides a unique and impressive geological feature to explore.
  • Birdlife: Tsavo National Park boasts an impressive bird population, with over 500 recorded species. Bird enthusiasts can spot various species, including African fish eagles, hornbills, weaver birds, rollers, and ostriches.
  • Cultural Heritage: Tsavo has a rich cultural heritage, with the presence of local communities such as the Maasai and Taita people. Engaging with these communities can provide insights into their traditions, customs, and way of life.


Upon your arrival at Moi International Airport in Mombasa, our friendly representative will meet you and assist with your transfer to Tsavo National Park. Check-in at a comfortable lodge/camp located in Tsavo West and enjoy a delicious lunch. In the afternoon, embark on a game drive through the park, where you'll have the chance to spot elephants, lions, giraffes, zebras, and other wildlife. Marvel at the park's rugged terrain, expansive savannahs, and volcanic landscapes. After an exciting day, return to your accommodation for a delightful dinner and overnight stay.

Start your day with an early breakfast before setting off to explore the wonders of Tsavo West National Park. Visit Mzima Springs, a natural oasis inhabited by hippos and crocodiles. Take a leisurely walk along the observation points to view the crystal-clear waters and underwater life through specially designed glass tanks. Continue your exploration to the Shetani Lava Flows and the Roaring Rocks viewpoint, which offers breathtaking panoramic views of the park. After an exhilarating day, return to your lodge/camp for dinner and relaxation.

After breakfast, depart for Tsavo East National Park, known for its vast open plains and an abundance of wildlife. Embark on an extensive game drive, searching for lions, cheetahs, elephants, buffalos, and a variety of bird species. Capture stunning photographs of the park's diverse landscapes, including the Galana River, the Yatta Plateau, and the Aruba Dam. Enjoy a picnic lunch surrounded by the sights and sounds of the African wilderness. In the afternoon, continue your game drive, immersing yourself in the beauty of Tsavo East. Return to your lodge/camp for a delicious dinner and overnight stay.

After a leisurely breakfast, check out from your accommodation and depart from Tsavo National Park. As you leave, take a final game drive, cherishing the last glimpses of the wildlife and landscapes that have captivated you. Arrive in Mombasa, where our representative will bid you farewell and transfer you to Moi International Airport for your departure, marking the end of your Tsavo National Park expedition.

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Tsavo National Park