what can i do at tsavo national park-kenya
Tsavo National Park is known for being the largest national park in Kenya, taking up about 4% of Kenya's total area and containing waterfalls, savannah, rivers, a massive lava plateau, impressive volcanic hills, and wildlife.
Tsavo national park is divided into two, that is, Tsavo East and Tsavo West, with a sequence of natural springs with huge populations of crocodiles and hippos called “Mzima springs.” Tsavo is a birder’s haven for prey at Chaimu crater.
Tsavo national park west is dampened with charming scenery in the northern reaches that rewards all adventurers.
Tsavo East is best known for large herds of elephants bathing and rolling in the red dust; the Yatta plateau, which contains the world's longest lava flow, also known as Lugard falls; Mudanda Rock, which provides a lush contrast to the arid plains; and crocodile-filled pools.