Tsavo West National Park is arranged on Kenya's southern fringe with Tanzania, situated about 200km south east of Nairobi. Joined with Tsavo East, this park frames one of the world's biggest amusement asylums. The East and West parks are isolated by the Mombasa/Nairobi street, and both work pleasantly on a circuit with Mombasa. Tsavo West has an assortment of scenes, from marshes and common springs to rough pinnacles, wiped out volcanic cones, to moving fields and sharp rosy outcrops. Wildlife can be hard to spot due to the thick scours. In May 1948, a month after its origination Tsavo National Park was separated into East and West for managerial purposes. At 21 812 square km, Tsavo National Park is the biggest park in Kenya.
Named after the Tsavo River which streams from west to east, the park is viewed as one of the world's biodiversity fortresses. It is the main Kenyan park that grants night drives and furthermore permits rough terrain driving so one can see the wildlife quit for the day. It is known for diverse bird life and for its huge wildlife for example dark rhino, Cape buffalo, elephant, leopard, hippo and Masai lion. There are additionally other littler animals that can be seen in the park, for example, the hedge infant, hartebeest, lesser kudu and Maasai giraffe.
Game Viewing, Cave Exploration, Bird Watching, Boat Safari.
The park is known for its maneless lions and gigantic hordes of buffalo
Mzima Springs is the star attraction of Tsavo West. It is one of the best places to spot the lesser kudu in Kenya.
TThere are herds of elephants, and they are as often as possible solicited in red buildup, giving them a ghostly appearance. The park is furthermore known for its maneless lions and gigantic hordes of buffalo. The park is a champion among the best places to see the delicate lesser kudu. You can likewise recognize the hippos washing submerged at the Mzima springs. The harsh domain is in like manner a better than average common surroundings to look for klipspringers, normally found in sets.
Most Attractive point of Park: Lions.