Tsavo National Park, comprising of Tsavo East and Tsavo West National Parks, form the biggest game sanctuary in Kenya occupying 21,000 Km². The open grasslands and plenty of water make Tsavo one of the best places to view wildlife. The Tsavo National park is the home to the man-eaters of Tsavo, the lions that almost paralyzed the construction of Uganda Railway.
By the time they were killed by Col. Patterson, they had already devoured 28 Indian laborers’ and about 100 Africans. The remains of the lions are exhibited at Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago.
Tsavo East Game Park occupy a total of 11,747 Km², making it the largest conservation block in the country.
Nomadic Safaris will take you on an unforgettable journey through this wonderful country. Superficially divided into north and south by the equator and majestically divided into east and west by the expansive Great Rift Valley, Kenya is a crossroads for some of the greatest biological and cultural diversity on our planet.
Abundant wildlife in our parks and reserve, high class and quality lodges and luxurious and all inclusive tented camps of 4 and 5 star.