Tsavo National Park was established on 1st April, 1948 with an area of 21,812 Km2 It is the largest Park in Kenya. In May 1948 Tsavo National Park was divided into East and West for administrative purposes. The two Parks are divided by Nairobi–Mombasa railway /road. The Waliangulu and Kamba tribes used these lands as their hunting ground prior to gazettement.
Tsavo East is an extremely popular Park as is indicated by the high number of tourists. The park features huge herds of elephant and a wide variety of other wildlife. It is easily accessible by road, air (light aircraft) and railway.
Stay in the comfort of beautiful Voi Wildlife Lodge or perhaps at a luxury tented camp. Enjoy a three full game drives with a one night safari, five with two nights and be astounded by the variety of wildlife and the beauty of this rugged and harsh environment.
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