Tasvo East National Park

Tasvo East National Park

Overview

The Tsavo East National Park was set up in 1948 covering around 11747 sq km and is regarded as the best park in Kenya. The park is around 333 kms South-east of Nairobi and around 173 kms North-east of Mombasa. Mainly flat with dry plains across which flows the Galana River you can also visit the Yatta Plateau and the Lugard Falls.

TWith easy access to the park, it makes for great one day safaris or you might even consider spending a night on the savannah for an amazing experience. Its popularity is due to the diversity of wildlife that it supports, including the famous 'big five' consisting of lion, black rhino, cape buffalo, elephant and leopard.

The park is also home to a great variety of birds making it a birdwatchers’ haven with an excess of 500 species including both resident and transient birds. You can spot African skimmers, red and yellow barbets, goshawks, buffalo weaver, palm nut vultures, kestrels, starlings, kingfisher, hornbills, ostriches, black kite, crowned crane, lovebirds and the sacred ibis among many others.

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Tasvo East National Park

Getting There

You can reach Tsavo East National Park either by road, rail or airways depending on your choice.

Roadways:You can hire your own vehicle or take

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Highlights

Kenya attracts plenty of repeat visitors. The main reason for this is the unpredictability of its game reserves (no two days on safari are ever alike) and its immense variety

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Uniqueness

With a long history of musical and artistic expression, Kenya enjoys a rich tradition of oral and written literature, including many fables that speak to the virtues of determination and

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When To Go

January and February are ideal months to visit Tsavo East, as are June to September. Visiting in the main rainy season of March to May should be avoided as the roads can become

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What To See (Wildlife)

The annual wildebeest and zebra migration takes place from July to October when 1.5+ million animals move in search of water and new vegetation. The best time to see this amazing

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Activities / What To Do

At Tavso East National Park you can do lot of activities at the park such as:

  • Game Drives
  • Corporate Events
  • Camping
Tasvo East National Park

Weather & Climate

In general, the warmest period in Kenya is from February to March, while the coolest is from July to August, although the seasonal variations in temperature are small. Both temperature

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Health & Safety

Health in Kenya. ... The leading cause of mortality in kenya in the year 2016 included diarrhoea diseases 18.5%, HIV/AIDs 15.56%, lower respiratory infections 8.62%, tuberculosis 3.69%,

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Travel Tips

Endless plains of grass, ancient tribal warriors, and teeming with wildlife. It’s the Africa of your dreams. If you have been considering traveling to Africa for the first time Kenya

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Currency

The Kenyan Shillings is the currency in Kenya and is currently valued at 100:1 with the US Dollar. USD newer than 2006 is widely accepted at many establishments around the country. We also

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Foods & Guides

Kenya might not be a big name on the global culinary map but it certainly has its fair share of dishes worth trying. The main staple in the Kenyan diet is ugali, a grainy paste made

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