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Tsavo West National Park

Tsavo West National Park is a 9,000 sq km game park in southern Kenya, located about 200 km south-east of Nairobi. Separated only by the Mombasa/Nairobi road from Tsavo East, Tsavo West is part of the entire Tsavo eco-system. Famous for the Mzima Springs, with its unique underwater hippo observatory, and for the Shetani lava flows and Chaimu volcanic crater, the park offers plenty of opportunity to explore on foot. In addition the park has recorded over 600 species of birds.

Tsavo West National Park also holds an important rhino sanctuary and is famous for elephant. Prior to the park's establishment in 1948 with its sister park, Tsavo East National Park, the Waliangulu people roamed the park hunting elephant with bow and arrow. British forces in World War I built forts along the Tsavo River in defense of Von Lettow Vorbeck's intrusion from the south and engineers built a railway through the bush land, encountering man-eating lions.

Tsavo West Safari Camps and Lodges arranged according to the level of accommodation.

Ngulia Safari Lodge,   

Ngulia Safari Camp-    

Voyager- Ziwani Tented Camp   


Severin Safari Camp in Tsavo West   

Kilaguni Lodge in Tsavo West   


Tsavo River Lodge,  


Finch Hattons Camp, 


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