Tsavo National Park is a semi-arid region located southeast of Kenya in the town formerly known as Taru Desert. The A109 road and railway splits the town into east and west sections that can be accessed by road or air transfers. Tsavo National Park is one of the greatest parks in Kenya and is home to a diversity of fauna and flora.
On exciting game viewing activities, wildlife such as lion, rhino, buffalo, elephant and leopard can be spotted freely-roaming the park. An abundance of smaller creatures, such as birds, can also be spotted on safari.
Accommodation at Tsavo National Park is offered at game lodges and camps. Activities for authentic Kenya safaris include game drives, bird watching, rock climbing, and bushwalking.
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