About Tsavo East National Park

Tsavo East National Park is the largest part Tsavo, and with Aruba Dam in the middle, offers a pretty clear chance of seeing plenty of animals, in a very open environment. Tsavo National park has more than 500 species of birds. They include ostriches, buzzards, starlings, weaver birds, secretary birds. Others birds include herons kingfishers and hornbills.

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    Other known spots to visit in Tsavo East incorporate the Yatta level, one of the world's longest magma streams, the Lugards Falls on the Galana River, the Mudanda Rock a commonly dammed pool where creatures go to drink, and the Aruba Dam over the Voi River.

    On your way, you will see large herd of Elephant moving consistently with red dust, and also Lion, Buffalo, Eland, Giraffe Impala, Kudu and Rhinoceros. The closeness of Tsavo East to the coast views it as perfect safari destination for person's staying at the coast, or wishing to combine a safari and beach holiday.


2 hours: Travel time to Tsavo East

6.30a.m: You will be picked from your Beach hotel. Depart for Amboseli to arrive at 0900hours. Enjoy a game drive for 4 hours.

1300 Hrs: Lunch at Voi Safari Lodge

1500 Hrs: Depart for Mombasa to arrive early evening. You will be dropped at a hotel of your choice.



Safari Minivan

Land Cruiser


$250 per person

$300 per person

Child (3-12 years)

75% of adult rate

75% of adult rate


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Inclusive of;

  • All taxes/VAT
  • Park fees to Tsavo East
  • Mineral water
  • Transportation
  • Game drive
  • A professional tour driver/guide
  • Lunch